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Knight, Barry (2011) A minority view : what Beatrice Webb would say now? Beatrice Webb Memorial Series on Poverty, Vol. 1 . Alliance Publishing Trust, London. ISBN 1907376115; 1-907376-11-5; 978-1907376115

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Ward, Michael (2011) Beatrice Webb: her quest for a fairer society: a hundred years of the Minority Report. The Smith Institute; Webb Memorial Trust, London.

Webb, Beatrice (1928) The English poor law: will it endure?: ... Sidney Ball Lecture, 21 November 1927. Barnett House papers (11). Oxford University Press, London.

Webb, Beatrice (1914) Personal rights and the woman's movement, I: The individual, other individuals, and the community. New Statesman, 3 (65). pp. 395-527.

Webb, Beatrice (1918) The abolition of the poor law. Fabian tract (185). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Beatrice (1910) The coming campaign: messages from the Minority Commissioners. Crusade against destitution, 1 (9). pp. 108-110.

Webb, Beatrice (1909) The economics of factory legislation. In: Socialism and national minimum. Fabian Socialist Series (6). Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Beatrice (1902) The economics of factory legislation. In: The case for the Factory Acts. Grant Richards, London, pp. 1-74.

Webb, Beatrice (1909) The economics of factory legislation. In: Socialism and national minimum. Fabian socialist series (6). A.C. Fifield for Fabian Society, London, pp. 5-49.

Webb, Beatrice (1931) A new Reform Bill. Fabian tract (236). The Fabian Society, London.

Webb, Beatrice (1909) The poor law medical officer and his future. National Committee to Promote the Break-up of the Poor Law, London.

Webb, Beatrice (1910) The social and economic causes of vice. The Crusade against Destitution , 1 (7). pp. 79-80.

Webb, Beatrice and Ward, Humphry (1901) The case for the Factory Acts. Grant Richards, London.

Webb, Beatrice and Ward, Humphry (1902) The case for the Factory Acts. Grant Richards, London.

Webb, Sidney (1909) Economic aspects of poor law reform. The English Review, 3. pp. 501-516.

Webb, Sidney (1902) The Education Bill. The Nineteenth Century, 52. pp. 604-607. ISSN 2043-5304

Webb, Sidney (1891) The Eight Hours Bill. The Speaker, 4. pp. 339-340. ISSN 2044-6128‎

Webb, Sidney (1891) English Poor Law Reform Association. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 5. pp. 370-372. ISSN 0033-5533

Webb, Sidney (1910) Eugenics and the Minority Report. The Crusade against Destitution, 1. pp. 17-20.

Webb, Sidney (1914) The Insurance Act at work. The Contemporary Review, 106. pp. 41-42. ISSN 0010-7565‎

Webb, Sidney (1890) Lord Dunraven and the Eight Hours Bill. The Speaker, 1. pp. 33-34. ISSN 2044-6128‎

Webb, Sidney (1890) The Miners' Eight Hours Bill. The Speaker, 2. pp. 483-485. ISSN 2044-6128‎

Webb, Sidney (1907) What shall we do with the poor law? United Parish Magazine, Birmingham, 5 (68).

Webb, Sidney (1890) The reform of the poor law. The Contemporary Review, 58. pp. 95-120. ISSN 0010-7565‎

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1913) The National Insurance Act at work. The Crusade against Destitution, 3 (S). pp. 247-278.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1909) The break-up of the Poor Law : being Part One of the Minority Report of the Poor Law Commission. Longmans, London and New York.

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Beatrice (1909) The public organisation of the labour market : being Part Two of the Minority report of the Poor Law Commission. Longmans, Green and Co. , London and New York.

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