Fabian Society and Young Fabians

Fabian Tracts: 1980s

Tract

Title

Author

Year

466

Taxing wealth inequalities

C Pond, L Burghes, B Smith

1980

467

Open up!

Trevor Barnes

1980

468

Socialism at the grass roots

Evan Luard

1980

469

A radical agenda for London

Peter Hall (editor), John Kirkland

1980

470

The two wage worker

Roger Carroll

1980

471

Race and affirmative action

John Bowers, Suzanne Franks

1980

472

Justice, welfare and juvenile delinquents

John May

1980

473

Socialism and professionalism

Paul Wilding

1981

476

How to abolish the Lords

Stuart Bell

1981

477

The Labour Party and the new left

David Webster

[1981]

478

Against all reason : Britain and South Africa in the eighties

Margaret Legum, Jenny Little, Donald Roy, David Stephen

1981

479

Enforced leisure : enforced education

Ray Kohn

1982

480

Making government work

David Lipsey (editor)

1982

481

The future of collective bargaining

David Basnett

1982

482

Margaret Cole, 1893-1980

Betty Vernon (editor), Naomi Mitchison, John Parker, John Saville

1982

483

Electoral reform

Tom Ellis, Rosaleen Hughes, Phillip Whitehead

1982

485

Economic recovery : what Labour must do:

Bryan Gould, John Mills, Austin Mitchell, Shaun Stewart

1982

486

The economic consequences of Mrs. Thatcher : speeches 1979-82

Nicholas Kaldor

1983

487

Urban policies : a new approach

David Donnison

1983

488

Low pay : Labour's response

E Maclennan, C Pond, J Sullivan

1983

489

Labour's choices

Roy Hattersley, Eric Heffer, Neil Kinnock, Peter Shore

1983

490

Law and order : theft of an issue

David Downes

1983

491

Building from the bottom : the Sheffield experience

David Blunkett, Geoff Green

1983

492

The Conservatives, trade unions and political funding

Keith Ewing

1983

493

The Fabian Society : its early history

George Bernard Shaw, (preface by Melvyn Bragg)

1909

494

Equality, markets and the state

Raymond Plant

1984

495

Socialist values and time

Bernard Crick

1984

496

Socialism and decentralisation

Anthony Wright, John Stewart, Nicholas Deakin

1984

497

Occupational pensions : the failure of private welfare

Carl James

1984

498

Social security : the real agenda

Brian Abel-Smith, Peter Townsend, Jonathan Bradshaw, Lydia Bransbury, Howard Glennerster, Michael Hill, Hilary Land, Richard Silburn, Sue Ward, (preface by Michael Meacher)

1984

499

Towards a democratic Central America

Hugh O'Shaughnessy

1984

500

Why are the many poor?

Peter Townsend

1984

501

Labour and a world society

Denis Healey

1985

502

Socialism can survive : social change and the Labour Party

Michael Mann

1985

503

The Swedish road to socialism

Martin Linton

1985

504

Understanding the miners' strike

John Lloyd

1985

505

A new housing policy for Labour

David Griffiths, Chris Holmes

1985

506

Who controls training? : the rise of the Manpower Services Commission

Caroline St. John-Brooks

1985

507

Winning women's votes

Lisanne Radice (editor), Pauline Bryan, Joyce Gould, Barbara Rogers

1985

508

Freedom at work : towards the reform of Tory Employment Laws

William McCarthy

1985

509

The future of socialism

Neil Kinnock

1986

510

Beyond nuclear deterrence

Denis Healey

1986

511

Managing local socialism

Alan Alexander

1986

512

French lessons for Labour

Denis MacShane

1986

513

The consumer case for socialism

Martin Smith

1986

514

Equality and quality : socialist plan for education

Giles Radice

1986

515

Labour and youth : the missing generation

John Mann, Phil Woolas

1986

516

Market socialism, whose choice ? : a debate

Ian Forbes (editor), Kris Beuret, Diana Coole, Saul Estrin, Sally Jenkinson-Neave, David Miller, David Winter

1986

517

New roads to equality : contract compliance for the UK?

John Carr

1987

518

An investment bank for the UK

Dennis Turner, Charles Williams

1987

519

Labour's first hundred days

Ben Pimlott (editor), Tessa Blackstone, Peter Kellner, Paul Ormerod

1987

520

Beyond Band Aid : charity is not enough

Joan Lestor, David Ward

1987

521

Labour's next moves forward

Jeremy Beecham, Donald Dewar, Martin Linton, Oonagh McDonald, Austin Mitchell, Tom Sawyer, Chris Smith

1987

522

Conviction politics : a plan for penal policy

Stephen Shaw

1987

523

The politics of prosperity

Charles Leadbeater

1987

524

Can governments manage the economy?

Jim Tomlinson

1988

525

Bringing common sense to the Common Market : a left agenda for Europe

David Martin

1988

527

Case for equality

Margaret Drabble

1988

528

Making the city work

David Goodhart, Charles Grant

1988

529

Life begins at 40 : in defence of the NHS

Robin Cook

1988

530

Socialism, merit and efficiency

Paul Corrigan, Trevor Jones, John Lloyd, Jock Young

1988

531

Citizenship, rights and socialism

Raymond Plant

1988

532

Labour can still win

Martin Linton

1988

533

Working for common security

Nick Butler, Len Scott, David Ward, Jonathon Worthington

1989

534

Natural allies : Labour and the unions

Martin Upham, Tom Wilson

1989

536

Does society exist? : the case for socialism

Brian Barry

1989

* The authors marked by an asterisk are taken from the list of tracts in "The history of the Fabian Society" by Edward Pease (2nd edition, 1925). Pease notes that such tracts were adopted and probably amended by the Society, and were issued without the author's name.