Margaret Thatcher: Reflecting on the Iron Lady 30 Years Later

We don’t have a lot of people in today’s public life who deserve the word “hero” attached to them. Things were so different some 20-30 years ago when we had three who were shining beacons for liberty in our world: Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, and Pope John Paul II.
Yesterday was the 30-year anniversary of Margaret Thatcher taking office. Power Line has a tribute to her and links to these articles:
Boris Johnson: Blonde on Blonde
John O’Sullivan: The Lady Turned Around Britian’s Fortunes
Kenneth Minogue’s review of Claire Berlinski’s book There Is No Alternative: Why Margaret Thatcher Matters
Thatcher’s own books include:
The Downing Street Years
The Collected Speeches of Margaret Thatcher
Statecraft: Strategies for a Changing World
The Iron Lady was quite a leader. And, in these uncertain times, she would probably be telling us not to go wobbly.

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sammy
sammy
12 years ago

To this day Margaret Thatcher,remains as a Gay Icon, in Briton ?
The Gays (mostly gay men) loved her ?
Go Figure

Ragin' Rhode Islander
Ragin' Rhode Islander
12 years ago

–To this day Margaret Thatcher,remains as a Gay Icon, in Briton ? The Gays (mostly gay men) loved her ? Go Figure
Not so hard to understand.
Unlike our current President, she had balls.

Pat Crowley
12 years ago

Margaret Thatcher is a killer.

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