William Morris

The Commonweal

An incomplete archive of the publication The Commonweal produced by the Socialist League which was one of the earliest socialist/anarchist organisations in the UK, and edited by William Morris.

An 'Impossibilist' Socialist?

An 'Impossibilist' Socialist?

An 'Impossibilist' Socialist?
William Morris and the
Politics of Socialist Revolution
versus Social Reform
Colin Skelly

Socialist League Leaflets and Manifestoes

Socialist League Leaflets and Manifestoes

International Review of Social History

Volume 22, Issue 1
April 1977 , pp. 21-29
The Socialist League Leaflets and Manifestoes: An Annotated Checklist

Eugene D. Lemire
https://doi.org/10.1017/S002085900000540X
Published online: 18 December 2008

William Morris and Incomplete Communism: A Critique of Paul Meier's thesis (1976) Adam Buick

William Morris and Incomplete Communism: A Critique of Paul Meier's thesis (1976) Adam Buick

William Morris: The Marxist Dreamer (1978) Paul Meier

William Morris: The Marxist Dreamer (1978) Paul Meier

Part of the series of biographies of William Morris.
First published in 1972 in French as La Pensee utopique de William Morris. Translated into English by Frank Gubb. Preface by Robin Page Arnot. Paul Meier member of PCF (French Communist Party).

The Conspiracy of Good Taste (1993) Stefan Szczelkun

The Conspiracy of Good Taste (1993) Stefan Szczelkun

The why I ams: Why I am a communist - William Morris; why I am an expropriationist - L.S. Bevington.

The why I ams: Why I am a communist - William Morris; why I am an expropriationi
The Why I Ams: Why I Am a Communist by William Morris; Why I Am an Expropriationist by L.S. Bevington. Published 1894. Copy from Victorian Women Writers Project.

William Morris: Romantic to Revolutionary - E. P. Thompson

William Morris: Romantic to Revolutionary (1955) E. P. Thompson

Part of the series of biographies of William Morris. Thompson's first major work of scholarship was his biography of William Morris, written while he was a member of the Communist Party. Subtitled From Romantic to Revolutionary, it was part of an effort by the Communist Party Historians' Group, inspired by Torr, to emphasise the domestic roots of Marxism in Britain at a time when the Communist Party was under attack for always following the Moscow line.