This paper examines the life of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, discusses her strategies in her rise to power and looks at her economic policies, personality preparation, public relations, and opportunism.
# 18256 | 2,025 words | 9 sources | 1990 |
Published on Mar 17, 2003 in History (British) , History (Leaders) , Women Studies (Historical Figures)
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From the Paper:"The purpose of this paper is to examine the life of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, discuss her strategies in her rise to power, examine her economic policies, personality preparation, public relations, opportunism and other factors which have led to her success. We will also look at her prospects for staying in power as the head of the British government.
The daughter of a grocer, Margaret Thatcher was brought up over the store, which is the closest thing the British have to the American log-cabin myth. In fact, her father was a well-to-do grocer, a moral pillar of the local community, and extremely ambitious for his daughter, who attended fee-paying schools and Oxford at his expense. She lacked nothing in political education. Few scions of the English nobility, however high ... "
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