The Margaret Thatcher Book of Quotations

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Iain Dale
Biteback Publishing, Sep 3, 2012 - Political Science - 352 pages
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Margaret Thatcher enthrals whenever she speaks. Her political career has spanned five decades and her influence on world politics is undeniable. From followers she inspires devotion; from detractors she induces unprecedented venom - but they listen all the same. Margaret Thatcher is the most quoted British political leader since Winston Churchill and in this unique collection Iain Dale and Grant Tucker have picked out her most memorable remarks. Never far from emitting a scathing rebuke she possesses a facility for the spoken word rivalled by few others. Some quotes are funny, many are inspirational, most are thoughtful - but they are all unforgettable. Alongside Margaret Thatcher's own words, the book contains many quotes from her political allies and opponents, as well as from foreign leaders who were often on the end of a good handbagging. On her resignation some said we would never see her like again. So far they have been proved right. With a talent for the perfect response, Maggie's whiplash tongue has ensured that her magnetism endures.
 

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Contents

Title Page
Early Years
On Thatcherism
On Personality and Politics
On Appearance and Lifestyle
On the Falklands On Ireland On Her Style of Government
On Europe On Conservatives
Treachery With a Smile On Its Face
Resignation
Im Tributes Enjoying This
According toConservatives
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Iain Dale is the prospective Conservative candidate for North Norfolk

Grant Tucker is the author of many books, including 5,000 Sidesplitting Jokes and One-Liners and The Margaret Thatcher Book of Quotations. He is a former Coleg Gwent student and works as an assistant PA to LBC radio presenter and publisher Iain Dale in London, England.

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