Published by Primary Source Microfilm
"This is an immensely important source for serious students of British socialist ideas and Labour Party history."
-- Dr. Ben Pimlott, Reader in Politics and Contemporary History, Birkbeck College, University of London
From the Archives of the Fabian Society, Part Five
This collection includes documents from the women's group affiliated with the Fabian Society, from 1919 to 1951, considered to be the group's most highly influential years. It also contains records from the Society for Socialist Inquiry and Propaganda, 1931-1932; the New Fabian Research Bureau, 1931-1939; and other bodies, making it an essential resource for the study of the social and political implications of the women's movement in Britain.
A printed guide is included.