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Sidney Webb (1859–1947)

Webb, Sidney. An English socialist, one of the founders of the Fabian Society; born in London, July 13, 1859; died in 1947. He wrote: ‘Socialism in England’ (1889); ‘The Eight Hours’ Day’ (1891), in collaboration with Harold Cox; ‘The London Program’ (1892); ‘Towards Social Democracy?’ (1916). His wife, Beatrice (Potter), wrote ‘The Co-operative Movement in Great Britain,’ and together they have written the noted ‘History of Trades-Unionism in England’ and ‘Industrial Democracy’; ‘History of Liquor Licensing.’