Fabian Society

NOUN
  1. an association of British socialists who advocate gradual reforms within the law leading to democratic socialism
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How To Use Fabian Society In A Sentence

  • He moved to London in 1876, where he became a founder member of the Fabian Society.
  • Whether they will call themselves Fabians and begin by joining the Fabian Society is a question which will not be settled by the generation to which I belong. The History of the Fabian Society
  • The Fabian Society is the least open and the least straightforward British Socialism An Examination of Its Doctrines, Policy, Aims and Practical Proposals
  • A staunch progressive, Shaw joined in 1884 the Fabian Society, an organization of middle-class socialists dedicated to mass education and the legislative reform of England.
  • And it's not just the media, says Tim Horton, the research director of the Fabian Society. Vajazzled! Carole Cadwalladr examines how chavs have replaced working class people on Britain's TV
  • Tim Horton, research director of the Fabian Society, argued that a strategy of attracting former Lib Dem voters could provide the platform for a major revival by Labour at the next election. Coalition government: smiles in the sunshine at No 10, but a rocky road lies ahead
  • Two years ago, the Fabian Society called for the word "chav" to be banned. Vajazzled! Carole Cadwalladr examines how chavs have replaced working class people on Britain's TV
  • The blasted Fabian Society was insisting on a postal ballot of all its members there.
  • Research by the Fabian Society suggests that taken with the wider tax and benefit reforms announced since the election, this week's budget would in fact force large number of working families into tax, instead of lifting them out as the coalition has claimed. Protest march against coalition cuts expected to attract 300,000
  • But in a speech to the Fabian Society in London, Mr Johnson made a veiled attack on the Conservative leader by saying the Government does not have a licence to 'hector' and 'lecture' people on how they live their life. Archive 2008-07-01
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