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Organised by the Birmingham Fabian Society in partnership with the Methodist Tax Justice Network, the event on April 27 is from 10am - 1pm at the Priory Conference Centre, in Bull Street.
Today the Fabian Society incorporates the Young Fabians for those under 31, Fabian Women, Scottish Fabians, Welsh Fabians and 60 regional Fabian organisations.
SINCE its foundation in 1884, the Fabian Society has been a home for some of the most important thinkers in left-wing politics.
Nick Fabian, 32, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder hours after his wife Vicky, 32, was left with horrific leg injuries when her car blew up.
Initial reports had said Mrs Fabian's two sons, aged four and 10, were in the back of the car which exploded.
Fabians team says the sound waves solve the mystery.
Fabian of the University of Cambridge in England and his colleagues made their discovery by examining the bright X-ray glow from gas that bathes the Perseus cluster of galaxies, 250 million light-years from Earth.
"I'm amazed that the once-radical Fabians would waste an entire year on this pap."
ROYAL-WATCHER Joan Burnie believes the Fabian Society report is unlikely to cause panic at Buckingham Palace.
Wells' prescriptions earned the admiration of Sidney and Beatrice Webb, who in 1889 had founded the Fabian Society in England.
Should this be the response to Race Matthews' eulogy in Arena Magazine of the Fabian Society as the epitome of diversity and political abstentionism, virtually a new anarchist grouping?
advocated a strong democratic programme infused by republican radicalism and defined in part against representative democracy as advocated by liberal radicals and Fabians. Why, we might ask, should we expect the working-class or the Labour Party to favour the former?
Remembering the Present is the provocative title of a book by Johannes Fabian about another kind of history apart from archival research.
With Emmeline Pankhurst, Oscar Wilde and every Labour prime minister from Ramsay MacDonald to Gordon Brown as society members, Sunderland's Young Fabians find themselves rooted in an impressive political pedigree.
Baer, both the SCS and the nationwide network of "Nationalist" clubs were American extensions of the Fabian Socialist movement, which began in Great Britain in 1889.