Inevitability of Gradualness

Discipline: Political Science

Theory of socialism associated with Fabianism.

Socialism was not the result of revolutionary conflict, or of confrontation with the existing order. It arose naturally out of the processes of industrial society as the most efficient way of managing them. Socialism was thus both inevitable and gradual.

Source:
Rodney Barker, Political Ideas in Modern Britain (London, 1978)

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