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  1. As far back as 1903, Campbell-Bannerman had spoken of the intention of the Liberal Party to do something about the "twelve million people in England [who] were living on the verge of starvation," During the Thirties, one-time Labour Party leader George Lansbury wrote admiringly of Campbell-Bannerman, describing him as a man who "believed in peace and was not afraid of the word Socialism, and ...

  2. George Bernard Shaw (Dublín, 26 de julio de 1856-Ayot St. Lawrence, Reino Unido; 2 de noviembre de 1950), conocido a petición del propio autor como Bernard Shaw, fue un dramaturgo, crítico y polemista irlandés cuya influencia en el teatro, la cultura y la política occidentales se extiende desde 1880 hasta nuestros días.

  3. Lady Judith Sydney Myee Wynn-Carington: 1889–1928: Married Walter Keppel, Viscount Bury (later 9th Earl of Albemarle), son of Arnold Keppel, 8th Earl of Albemarle, and Lady Gertrude Egerton; had issue. Lady Victoria Alexandrina Wynn-Carington: 1892–1966: Married, firstly, Lt. Nigel Legge-Bourke, son of Sir Henry Legge and Amy Lambart; had ...

  4. Charlotte Perkins Gilman (pictured) wrote these articles about feminism for the Atlanta Constitution, published on December 10, 1916. Suffragist with banner, Washington DC, 1918 Early Feminism was directly correlated with the abolitionist movements and as a result many famous feminists and activists began to have their voices heard.

  5. In 1987, when James was created Baron Callaghan of Cardiff, she became Lady Callaghan. She herself declined a damehood from Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. They retired to a farm in Ringmer, East Sussex, where she kept pigs and he kept cows and sheep, and grew barley.

  6. In 1929 Lady Dorothy began a lifelong affair with the Conservative politician Robert Boothby, an arrangement that scandalised high society but remained unknown to the general public. Philip Frere, a partner in Frere Cholmely solicitors, urged Macmillan not to divorce his wife, which at that time would have been fatal to a public career even for the "innocent party".

  7. George Bernard Shaw Shaw in 1911, by Alvin Langdon Coburn Born (1856-07-26) 26 July 1856 Portobello, Dublin, Ireland Died 2 November 1950 (1950-11-02) (aged 94) Ayot St Lawrence, Hertfordshire, England Resting place Shaw's Corner, Ayot St Lawrence Occupation Playwright critic polemicist political activist Citizenship British (1856–1950) Irish (dual citizenship, 1934–1950) Spouse Charlotte ...