What are Fabians?

What are Fabians? Here are some definitions.

Noun
  1. plural of Fabian
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When I joined the Fabians in 1992, Labour had just lost its fourth election in a row.
There he met English socialists and Fabians such as George Bernard Shaw, whose ideas contributed greatly to the shaping of his personality and politics.
The Fabians exerted a strong ideological influence on the Labour Party as the chief alternative to revolutionary Marxism.
Reeves became a close friend of Sidney and Beatrice Webb and George Bernard Shaw and other Fabians.
Committedly unsectarian, she joined the Fabians, the Social Democratic Federation, and the Independent Labour Party.
Two years later, certain Fabians decided it was high time to systematize the study of economics and created the London School of Economics.

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