I accidentally came across a brilliant book (almost like the Wikileaks of socialism!) entitled, Keynes at Harvard - fortunately available free of cost online, in full. Have started reading it. [Download a Word version - I find that more convenient]
Here's chapter 2, below (about the Fabians).
The Fabians – of whom Bernard Shaw was one of the key representatives – were a murderous lot. As this chapter notes (persuasively!) :"the basic difference between Bolshevik and Fabian totalitarianism is that under Fabianism, opponents of socialism would be “executed” in an amiable manner".
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