3 edition of measure of Thatcherism found in the catalog.
measure of Thatcherism
Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-258) and indexes.
|Statement||Stephen Edgell & Vic Duke.|
|LC Classifications||JN956 .E34 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|ISBN 10||0043012477, 0043012485|
|LC Control Number||90022649|
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On 8 Aprilformer British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher died of a stroke in London at the age of On 17 April, she was honoured with a ceremonial to polarised opinion about her achievements and legacy, reaction to her death was mixed throughout Britain and evoked contrasting praise and criticism.
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It is a pertinent question to clarify before the book is cited as a source. For there hangs over that tome a spectral pall, the result of much collaborative assistance from ‘my memoirs team’. for an annual decline of 1 per cent in this measure of the money stock, was. The lasting achievement of Thatcherism as a political project is that Britain now has three political parties of the right, instead of one Patrick Dunleavy p Margaret Thatcher maintained a difficult relationship with Europe, but she was from from a figurehead for Euroscepticism value added is hard to measure: education, health, public File Size: KB.
than this book suggests. Wolverhampton Polytechnic JON BERNARDES Steve Edgell and Vic Duke, A Measure of Thatcherism, London: Harper Collins,paperback £, vi + pp. There are now many accounts of Thatcherism on the market but the present work is distinctive for its concern to assess the nature and impact of Thatcherism in.
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Under Thatcherism, attempts to subsidise economically unviable industries forever were abandoned, and so was the use of monetary policy as a tool for employment creation.
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There is a danger in using labels such as “left” and “right” to describe politicians. Only the boring ones easily accept categorisation. Those who are interesting refuse to be contained within such broad ideologies. The late Margaret Thatcher was one such. At the second New Statesman centenary debate a fortnight ago on whether the left won the 20th century, I provoked a sharp intake of.
There is thus today a large measure of agreement that ‘Thatcherism’ can be usefully employed to denote, if not a rigorously systematized ideology then at least a certain set of values and a certain style of leadership, and that these have been promoted by an exceptionally forceful personality, put to work at a critical epoch in British Cited by: 3.
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The coverage by the British media of Thatcher's death has been exclusively absorbed in Thatcher's canonization to such a censorial degree that we suddenly see the modern British establishment as an uncivilized entity of delusion, giving the cold shoulder to truth, and offering indescribable disgust to anyone unimpressed by Thatcher.
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