Socialism and Superior Brains: The Political Thought of Bernard Shaw

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INDEX

a
Achurch, J. 160 , 164
Adams, E. 158
Adler, F. 252-4
anarchism 34-5 , 50-1
Androcles and the Lion14 , 52 , 102 , 176 , 186 , 221 , 226
Annajanska, The Bolshevik Empress251
anti-semitism 264-7 , 270
Apple Cart, The82 , 132 , 135 , 255 , 257-60
Archer, W. 202
Arms and the Man14 , 65 , 81 , 217 , 227 , 231
Astor, N. 137 , 243 , 272
Ataturk, K. 247
audience, Shaw’s need for and identification of 10-12 , 14 , 91 , 109 , 112-13 , 200
Augustus Does His Bit221
Aveling, E. 42 , 45 , 164 , 175

b
Babel, A. 173-75
Back To Methuselah3 , 14 , 57 , 102 , 126-8 , 133 , 152-3 , 175 , 192 , 213
Balfour, A. 187 , 192
Barker, G. 200
Barker, R. 72-3
Barnes,T.R. 15
Barnicoat, C. 168
Bax, B. 33 , 40 , 47
Beerbohm, M. 10
Beiner, R. 8 , 278
Belloc, H. 12
Bennett, A. 230
Bentley, E. 2 , 11 , 139 , 245 , 247 , 249 , 259
Bergson, H. 9 , 127 , 251
Berki, R.N. 285
Berlin, I. 16
Bernstein, E. 3 , 31 , 101
Besant, A. 38-9
Black Girl in Search of God, The136
Bland, H. 54 , 68
Blatchford, R. 4 , 69
Bolshevism 250-2
Bradlaugh, C. 38
Briggs, J. 10
Brockway, F. 225
Brustein, R. 13
Bunyan, J. 23 , 283
Burke, E. 283
Burnaud, F.C. 157
Butler, S. 126 , 284 , 287

c
Caesar and Cleopatra64 , 217
Campbell, P. (Mrs) 160
Candida54 , 159 , 176
capitalism, moral critique of 29-30
Captain Brassbound’s Conversion176
Carlyle, T. 3 , 29 , 262
Carpenter, E. 33 , 169
Casement, R. 192 , 209 , 272
Caute, D. 244
Chamberlain, H.S. 219 , 265 , 267
Chamberlain, J. 67
Chamberlain, N. 269 , 271
Chesterton, A.K. 256 , 262
Chesterton, G.K. 3 , 12 , 105 , 153
Churchill, W. 187
citizen soldier, theory of 232-4
Clarke, P. 83
Cole, G.D.H. 1-2 , 6 , 69 , 76 , 88 , 108
Cole, M. 139 , 144
collectivism, moral theory of 104-6
‘Common Sense About the War’ 217-24 , 227-30 , 232 , 237

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Socialism and Superior Brains: The Political Thought of Bernard Shaw
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I 21
  • 1 - Shaw’s Fabianism 23
  • 2 - Shavian Socialism 101
  • Part II 155
  • 3 - Sexual Equality 157
  • 4 - The Irish Question 191
  • 5 - War and Peace 216
  • 6 - Fascism and Sovietism 241
  • Part III 275
  • 7 - Conclusion 277
  • Notes 286
  • Bibliography 291
  • Index 300
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