Lessons Maggie Taught Me

Christopher Hill, perhaps England's greatest living historian, pointed out to me in the summer of 1988 that Thatcher had quarreled with the monarchy, the House of Lords, the Church of England, the Inns of Court, the University of Oxford and the Chiefs of Staff--every ancestral prop of the British state. Detestable though she was, she was a radical and not a reactionary.


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