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Transcript of MargaretThatcher
and Northern Ireland psychological social somatic 1925 1943 1950 1951 -1953 1959 1970 1979 1982 1983-1984 1987 1990 1992 2003 2011 conservative
ambitious, enthusiastic, confident
independent, self-reliant middle class
conservative but feminine style
pearl accessories, Asprey handbag,
broaches, hats Population: 63,047,162 (2011)
GDP: $ 2,480 trillion (2011)
Religion: The Church of England (50%), Catholic (11%),
Protestantism and others (39%)
Official Language: English
Member of EU
Currency: Pound (£)
Political System: Constitutional Monarchy
Government: Bicameral System
(House of Lords / House of Commons)
Political Culture: Gradualism > Radical Winston Churchill
(1940 - 1945, 1951 - 1955) Margaret Thatcher
(1979- 1990) Conservative Conservative Tony Blair
(1997 - 2007) David Cameron
(2010 - present) Labour Conservative born in Grantham
influenced by her father entered Oxford University
Chemistry Bachelor's degree defeated at Dartford's
General Election married Denis Thatcher
gave birth to her twins elected as a member
of the Conservative Party elected as Secretary of State
for Education and Science Falkland War elected as first female
Prime Minister of UK reelected as Prime Minister
IRA Brighton Hotel Bomb reelected as Prime Minister
for third term declared resignation appointed as Baroness
to the House of Lords death of Denis Thatcher closure of Thatcher's office
suffering from dementia London Dartford Grantham Life Analysis Great Britain "... I'll strive unceasingly
to try to fulfill the trust and confidence that the british people have placed in me and the things in which I believe.
Where there is discord, may we bring harmony.
Where there is error, may we bring truth.
Where there is doubt, may we bring faith.
Where there is despair, may we bring hope."
opposed to EU 1950's - 1960's
late 1970's faced recession after economic prosperity revitalization of economy, education, and social welfare Northern Irelands Scotland Wales England Former and Current Prime Ministers of Great Britain since 20th century Evaluation Failure
Success widened the gap between the rich and the poor
too independent and uncompromising leader -> resignation revived the economy, changed the British institution and foreign policy
longest serving and only female prime minister Rational / Legal Type of Leader If I meet Margaret Thatcher? insisted on what she believed to be right regardless of her reputation