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Crowley, Brian Lee (1985) The limitations of liberalism : the self, the individual and the community in modern British political thought : with special reference to F.A. Hayek and Sidney and Beatrice Webb. PhD thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science.

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Hall, John A. (1977) The roles and influence of political intellectuals : Tawney vs Sidney Webb. The British Journal of Sociology, 28 (3). pp. 351-362. ISSN 0007-1315 ; E-ISSN: 1468-4446

Himmelfarb, Gertrude (1971) The intellectual in politics: the case of the Webbs. Journal of Contemporary History, 6 (3). pp. 3-11. ISSN 1461-7250

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Nolan, Barbara E. (1988) The political theory of Beatrice Webb. AMS studies in social history . AMS Press, New York. ISBN 0404616070 / 0-4046-1607-0 / 9780404616076

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Shaw, George Bernard and Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1915) The world after the war: a course of six lectures to be given at King's Hall, King Street, Covent Garden, on Tuesdays, at 8.30 p.m., beginning 26th October, 1915. Fabian Society, London.

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Webb, Beatrice (1929) Reminiscences... VI: Science, religion and politics. St. Martin's Review. pp. 135-138. ISSN 0036-3111

Webb, Beatrice (1933) Social institutions: diseases of organized society. In: The modern state. George Allen & Unwin, London.

Webb, Beatrice (1942) The USSR is a political democracy. Soviet Russia Today, 10. 12-13+30. ISSN 0028-7067

Webb, Beatrice (1932) What I have learnt about Russia. The Listener. pp. 429-432.

Webb, Sidney (1887) Facts for socialists from the political economists and statisticians. Fabian tract (5). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney (1918) Inter-Allied Labor Conference. The New Republic, 14. pp. 225-227. ISSN 0028-6583

Webb, Sidney (1923) The Labour Party on the threshold: the Chairman's address to the Annual Conference of the Labour Party, 26 June 1923. Fabian tract (207). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney (1917) New constitution of the Labour Party: meaning of the changes: handworkers and brainworkers: Labour Programme and prospects. Observer (21 Oct). p. 7.

Webb, Sidney (1889) Socialism in England. American Economic Association Publications. 3rd series, vol. 4 (2). American Economic Association, Baltimore.

Webb, Sidney (1901) Twentieth century politics: a policy of national efficiency. Fabian tract (108). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney (1888) Wanted, a programme: an appeal to the Liberal Party. Printed for private circulation, London.

Webb, Sidney (1899) What socialism means. International Publishing Company, New York.

Webb, Sidney (1891) The best method of bringing co-operation within the reach of the poorest of the population. Co-operative Union, Manchester.

Webb, Sidney (1923) The constitutional problems of a co-operative society. Fabian tract (202). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney (1896) The difficulties of individualism. Fabian tract (69). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney (1906) The difficulties of individualism. Fabian tract (19). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney (1926) The end of laissez-faire, by J. M. Keynes: a review. Economic Journal, 36. pp. 434-441. ISSN 0013-0133

Webb, Sidney (1932) The need for federal reorganisation in the co-operative movement. Fabian tract (203). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney (1919) A stratified democracy: Fabian Society lecture... The New Commonwealth Supplement (7). p. 8.

Webb, Sidney (1904) A suggested policy for the Liberal Party. Review of Reviews, 30 (175). p. 47.

Webb, Sidney (1918) The teacher in politics. Fabian tract (187). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney (1890) The workers' political programme. Fabian tract (11). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney (1891) The workers' political programme. Fabian tract (11). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney and Acton, H. B. (1987) Socialism in England. Gower, Aldershot. ISBN 0566051443

Webb, Sidney and Moudrá, Pavla (1897) Nesnáze individualismu : Fabian tract 69. Knihovna Rozhledů (12). Josef Pelcl, Prague.

Webb, Sidney and Shaw, George Bernard and Ball, Sidney and Lodge, Oliver (1908) Socialism and individualism. Fabian socialist series (3). A.C. Fifield, London.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1954) Inequality and personal freedom: excerpts from Decay of capitalist civilisation. In: Modern political thought: the great issues. Rinehart, New York.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) Socialism restated : ... [syllabus of lectures to] be given at King's Hall... Covent Garden, on Tuesday at 8.30 p.m., beginning on October 28th, 1913. Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? I: Revolt. New Statesman, 1 (1). pp. 13-14.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? II: A change of heart. New Statesman, 1 (2). pp. 44-46.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? III: The application to society of the scientific method. New Statesman, 1 (3). pp. 76-77.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? IV: Participation in power and the consciousness of consent. New Statesman, 1 (4). pp. 107-108.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? IX: Organisation from below as the safeguard of liberty. New Statesman, 1 (9). pp. 268-269.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? V: An inference from the law of rent. New Statesman, 1 (5). pp. 138-140.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? VI: The transformation of property. New Statesman, 1 (6). pp. 172-174.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? VII: The expansion of local government. New Statesman, 1 (7). pp. 204-206.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? VIII: National housekeeping. New Statesman, 1 (8). pp. 236-238.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? X: Co-partnership between producer and consumer. New Statesman, 1 (10). pp. 300-302.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XI: Voluntary groupings of producers and consumers. New Statesman, 1 (11). pp. 332-334.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XII: The approach to equality. New Statesman, 1 (12). pp. 364-366.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XIII: Freedom for the woman. New Statesman, 1 (13). pp. 397-399.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XIV: Protection for the child. New Statesman, 1 (14). pp. 430-432.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XIX: Our protection against the disastrous illusion of the distributive state. New Statesman, 1 (19). pp. 590-591.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XV: The development of science, art and religion untrammelled by plutocracy. New Statesman, 1 (15). pp. 461-463.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XVI: The maintenance of nationality by the growth of internationalism. New Statesman, 1 (16). pp. 492-494.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XVII: The guardianship of the non-adult races. New Statesman, 1 (17). pp. 525-526.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XVIII: The real safeguard against the nightmare of the servile state. New Statesman, 1 (18). pp. 557-559.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XX: In itself a demonstration of the impossibility of syndicalism and anarchism. New Statesman, 1 (20). pp. 622-623.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XXI: The great alternative (1): The answer of pessimism. New Statesman, 1 (21). pp. 653-654.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) What is Socialism? XXII: The great alternative (2): The optimist view. New Statesman, 1 (22). pp. 685-687.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (2003) What is socialism? New Statesman, 16 (752). s12-s14. ISSN 1364-7431

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1912) What syndicalism means. The Crusade against destitution, 3 (S8). pp. 136-153.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1959) The decay of capitalist civilisation: excerpts. In: Modern political ideologies. Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 159-162.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice and Polak, Henri (1924) Het verval der kapitalistische beschaving. Em. Querido/J. Emmering, Amsterdam.

Webb, Sidney and Winkler, Johan (1892) De vooruitgang van het socialisme. Poutsma, Sneek.

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