Author:Martha Beatrice Webb

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Martha Beatrice Webb

English sociologist, economist, socialist and social reformer; née Potter; wife of Sidney Webb

Martha Beatrice Webb


  • Labour and Life of the People (with Charles Booth) (1891)
  • The co-operative movement in Great Britain (1904) (external scan)
  • The Case for the Factory Acts (1902) (external scan)

With Sidney Webb[edit]

  • History of Trade Unionism (1894)
  • Industrial Democracy (1902)
  • History of Liquor Licensing in England, principally from 1700-1830 London, 1903
  • The break-up of the poor law : being part one of the minority report of the Poor Law Commission / edited, with Introduction, (1909) (external scan)
  • The public organisation of the labour market: being part two of the Minority report of the Poor law commission (1909) external link
  • The state and the doctor (1910) external link
  • English poor law policy (1910) external link
  • The prevention of destitution (1911) (external scan)
  • English Local Government: The Story of the King's Highway (1913) (external scan)
  • A Constitution for the Socialist Commonwealth of Great Britain (1920) (external scan)
  • Problems of modern industry (1920) (external scan)
  • The consumers' co-operative movement (1921) (external scan)
  • English Local Government: Statutory Authorities for Special Purposes. (1922) external link
  • English Prisons under Local Government (1922) (external scan)
  • The decay of capitalist civilisation (1923) external link
  • The Truth About Soviet Russia (1942)

Works about Webb[edit]

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1929.

This author died in 1943, so works by this author are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. These works may be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.

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