5 edition of Thatcher"s people found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||DA589.7 .R36 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 324 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||92172300|
A first edition hard cover copy of Tom Thatcher's Fortune Horatio Alger Jr. Book has some damage as shown in photo. I've been told by a fellow ebayer that this is not a 1st edition. The ebayer gave me the site to verify. I'll let you decide. I do accept offers! Please view all photos and ask any questions prior to purchase as I do not accept returns of vintage Seller Rating: % positive. Few people are aware that former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, one of the foremost politicians of the 20th century, was a lay Methodist preacher before she entered politics.
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For a while it worked. Cost of living increases fell rapidly in the early s. “Thatcher herself was not particularly interested in women’s issues, and she would not have considered herself a feminist—no matter how insistently people try to grant her that label now.”.
InMrs Thatcher was elected Prime Minister of the UK. At the time, the UK was experiencing double-digit inflation, trades unions were powerful and there were signs British industry was becoming increasingly uncompetitive. Mrs Thatcher introduced revolutionary economic policies which had a deep impact on the UK economy.
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She was known for her tough uncompromising, conservative political views, and became dubbed as ‘The Iron Lady’. On the UK domestic front she instituted many free market reforms, implemented the controversial poll tax and reduced the power of trades unions.
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