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Socialism and Superior Brains: The Political Thought of George Bernard Shaw: Political Thought of Bernard Shaw [Hardcover]

Gareth Griffith

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Shaw was born in Dublin in 1856 into a Protestant family in financial decline: he was 'a downstart and the son of a downstart'; his class was that ephemeral social entity known as 'the Shabby Genteel, the Poor Relations, the Gentlemen who are no Gentlemen' (Shaw 1930: viii). Read the first page
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