Ref NoHRL/1491
TitleMargaret Thatcher A study in Power
AuthorArnold, Bruce
Publication Date1984
AbstractBruce Arnold in A Study in Power discusses Margaret Thatcher's handling of the then-recent election, and then goes on to discuss how she handled other key moments in her political career, such as becoming leader of the Conservative Party, constructing new party policies in preparation for the 1979 general election, the victory in that election, and the series of events such as the settlement in Rhodesia and the Falklands War that led to the general election victory of 1983. Arnold discusses also how and by whom Thatcher could be beaten, and the mistakes she had made over the Parkinson affair, the Grenada invasion and other foreign policy.
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