Margaret Thatcher

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Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher

A Portrait of the Iron Lady

  • Author: John Blundell
  • Publisher: Algora Publishing
  • ISBN: 9780875866321
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 217
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This biography of Lady Thatcher relates in warm detail the life of Margaret Thatcher, her achievements as British Prime Minister, and her life since retirement. Written in a vigorous, no-nonsense style, Lady Thatcher provides a succinct portrait of the Iron Lady, illustrating what the terms OC ThatcheriteOCO and OC ThatcherismOCO really mean. Blundell shows why Thatcher was such an outstanding world leader and such an inspiration for women leaders in particular. The book begins with contrasting scenes OCo the desolation of Britain in the 1978-9 OC Winter of DiscontentOCO prior to Thatcher''s premiership, and the economic buoyancy and national self-confidence that prevailed by the end of her period in office 11 cents years later. The body of the text provides a chronological, strongly narrative treatment of ThatcherOCOs life, from childhood through to current times. John Blundell has been one of the most effective champions of the free- enterprise economic model which has delivered progress and prosperity around the world. Therefore he is very well placed to explain to Americans the beliefs and principles which underpinned what became known as Thatcherism. OCoLady Thatcher, Summer 2008."

The Iron Lady

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The Iron Lady

The Iron Lady

Margaret Thatcher: From Grocer’s Daughter to Iron Lady

  • Author: John Campbell
  • Publisher: Random House
  • ISBN: 1448130670
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 576
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'An enormously useful achievement...every twist and turn of her political life is here' The Times, BOOKS OF THE YEAR In this abridged edition of John Campbell's two acclaimed volumes on Margaret Thatcher, we trace the life of Britain's only female Prime Minister, from her upbringing in Grantham to her unexpected challenge for leadership of the Conservative party to her eleven tumultuous years in Downing Street and her eventual removal from power. This is an extraordinary account of an extraordinary individual who changed the face of Britain; John Campbell portrays an ambitious and determined woman who started cautiously, grew in confidence after the Falklands War but became increasingly remote and domineering until she finally lost the trust of her colleagues.

Margaret Thatcher, Volume Two

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Margaret Thatcher, Volume Two

Margaret Thatcher, Volume Two

The Iron Lady

  • Author: John Campbell
  • Publisher: Vintage
  • ISBN: 9780224061568
  • Category: Great Britain
  • Page: 913
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The first full study of the Thatcher Government from beginning to dramatic end -- The Iron Lady is certain to become one of the greatest political biographies of our times. Frank Johnson in the Daily Telegraph described the first volume of John Campbell's biography of Margaret Thatcher as "much the best book yet written about Lady Thatcher." That volume, The Grocer's Daughter, described Mrs. Thatcher's childhood and early career up until the 1979 General Election, which carried her into Downing Street. This second volume covers the whole eleven and a half years of her momentous premiership. Thirteen years after her removal from power, this is the first comprehensive and fully researched study of the Thatcher government from its hesitant beginning to its dramatic end. Campbell draws on the mass of memoirs and diaries of Margaret Thatcher's colleagues, aides, advisers and rivals, as well as on original material from the Ronald Reagan archive, shedding fascinating new light on the Reagan-Thatcher "special relationship," and on dozens of interviews. The Iron Lady will confirm John Campbell's Margaret Thatcher as one of the greatest political biographies of recent times.

When the Iron Lady Ruled Britain

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When the Iron Lady Ruled Britain

When the Iron Lady Ruled Britain

  • Author: Robert Chesshyre
  • Publisher: Alma Books
  • ISBN: 184688229X
  • Category: History
  • Page: 288
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Returning to Britain in the mid-1980s after spending several years in the US as the Observer's Washington correspondent, Robert Chesshyre found a country shockingly altered by the rule of 'The Iron Lady', then at the height of her popularity. Disturbed by the Britain he now found himself in, he set out to travel the length and breadth of the UK to report on the state of the nation and the lives of ordinary people. Originally published as The Return of a Native Reporter to widespread critical acclaim in 1987, this new edition includes a piece describing a revisit to the former Easington Colliery in 2010 and an extensive new foreword by the author. In its scope, its relevance and its insight, it is a profound and shocking reminder that 'what we sowed then, we reap now'.

The Iron Lady (House of Winslow Book #19)

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The Iron Lady (House of Winslow Book #19)

The Iron Lady (House of Winslow Book #19)

  • Author: Gilbert Morris
  • Publisher: Baker Books
  • ISBN: 1441270442
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 320
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Turn-of-the-century New York City--a place of opportunity, deception, and phenomenal need.As America makes its ascent as a world power, three young daughters of Winslow come to bustling New York City in 1902 seeking careers and direction for their lives. But each of the Winslow cousins finds a different world and is drawn in her own separate way.Ruth Winslow feels called to be a missionary and comes to New York's Baxter Hospital to train as a nurse. She finds rich fulfillment in her work among the poor and suffering immigrants--as well as a growing interest in the young Scottish doctor David Burns.Priscilla Winslow joins Ruth in the nursing program but has a passion for the bright lights of show business. Despite all the warnings, when her dreams come true, life on the stage takes on a dark side.Esther Winslow is engaged to a wealthy New York businessman but is restless to do something meaningful with her life. Her photographs of the plight of the immigrants in the tenement slums and her meeting a young South African doctor who risks everything to help the sick opens a new door to her, but where will it lead?

Margaret Thatcher : The Iron Lady Who Made History - Biography 3rd Grade | Children's Biography Books

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Margaret Thatcher : The Iron Lady Who Made History - Biography 3rd Grade | Children's Biography Books

Margaret Thatcher : The Iron Lady Who Made History - Biography 3rd Grade | Children's Biography Books

  • Author: Baby Professor
  • Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
  • ISBN: 1541919505
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 64
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Margaret Thatcher served as the Prime Minister of the UK. She was dubbed as the Iron Lady because of her policies. What were these policies, you ask? Well, you have to open this book to find out. You will also read about Thatcher’s personal life from the pages of this book. Grab a copy today!

A Journey with Margaret Thatcher

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A Journey with Margaret Thatcher

A Journey with Margaret Thatcher

Foreign Policy Under the Iron Lady

  • Author: Robin Renwick
  • Publisher: Biteback Publishing
  • ISBN: 1849545758
  • Category: Political Science
  • Page: 336
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In a remarkably candid new book, former high-ranking diplomat Robin Renwick provides a fascinating insight into Margaret Thatcher's performances on the world stage. He examines her successes, including the defeat of aggression in the Falklands, her contribution to the ending of the Cold War and her role in the Anglo-Irish agreement; her special relationship with Mikhail Gorbachev and what the Americans felt to be the excessive influence she exerted over Ronald Reagan, and attitudes towards F. W. de Klerk and Nelson Mandela; and what she herself acknowledged as her spectacular failure in resisting German reunification. He describes at first hand her often turbulent relationships with other European leaders and her arguments with Cabinet colleagues about European monetary union (in which regard, he contends, her arguments have stood the test of time and are highly relevant to the crisis in the eurozone today). Finally, he tells of her bravura performance in the run-up to the Gulf War, her calls for intervention in Bosnia and the difficulties she created for her successor. While her faults were on the same scale as her virtues, Margaret Thatcher succeeded in her mission to restore Britain's standing and influence, in the process becoming a cult figure in many other parts of the world. Including material from the recently released War Cabinet files on the Falklands conflict, this book is an important exploration of an outstanding world leader.

The Iron Lady

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The Iron Lady

The Iron Lady

  • Author: Daniel Fellows
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category:
  • Page: 92
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Agatha Freeman looks like any ordinary grandmother; loving, fun and selfless. She will do anything for her grandchildren, Missy and Jacob. Anything.When Agatha is caring for her grandchildren, a gunman takes them all at gun point, making the most bizarre claims about Agatha's real identity.Thus begins an amazing journey that will propel Agatha, Missy and Jacob to Berlin, Germany to confront her past she had thought was long dead.