Ref NoHRL/1506
AuthorHarris; David Kenneth (1919-); journalist, author and broadcaster
Publication Date1988
AbstractKenneth Harris studies why Margaret Thatcher was able to introduce economic and social policies which, when she came to power, were regarded by many as out of date, discredited and politically unacceptable, and the reasons for her subsequent re-election with an increased Commons majority. Also studied are the reasons why Thatcher survived upheavals in her Cabinet to become the first Prime Minister for over a century to win three consecutive general elections. Also studied is the concept of Thatcherism, and the Iron Lady's childhood.
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