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The polarizing legacy of Margaret Thatcher

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June Purvis speaks about Margaret Thatcher and her legacy, prior to the 4th series of The Crown which will be broadcast by Netflix and in which Thatcher appears

Period13 Nov 2020

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Title'She believed she was always right': The polarizing legacy of Margaret Thatcher Social Sharing
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletCanadian Broadcasting Corporation
Media typeWeb
CountryCanada
Date13/11/20
DescriptionMargaret Thatcher was Britain's longest-serving prime minister and the first woman to hold the office in that country. But historian June Purvis says her legacy is complicated in the eyes of many Britons because of her desire to diminish labour unions and her inability to acknowledge she was wrong.
URLhttps://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-nov-13-2020-1.5800675/she-believed-she-was-always-right-the-polarizing-legacy-of-margaret-thatcher-1.5800722
PersonsJune Purvis

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