What are Fabians?

What are Fabians? Here are some definitions.

Noun
  1. plural of Fabian
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Of course, Polanyi also ignores very important actual conspiracies like the Fabians.
In 1903 he joined the Fabians and, discontented with their excessive gradualism, quit them after just a few years.
Until the rise of Third World national liberation movements, some of empire's staunchest advocates were liberals, among them British Fabians and American Progressives.
Reeves became a close friend of Sidney and Beatrice Webb and George Bernard Shaw and other Fabians.
Membership included Liberal Imperialist MPs, a number of Fabians, Liberal landowners, imperialistically minded journalists, and nonconformist ministers.
To the Fabians, Morris was, of course, was one of the great social prophets and Whitman the great singer.

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