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Thatcher, Margaret

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    • Roberts, Margaret Hilda
    • She-chʻi-erh, Ma-ko-li-tʻe
    • Tėtcher, M. (Margaret)
    • Tėtcher, Margaret Khilʹda
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        Grantham, England
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        London, England
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    • found: What's wrong with politics? 1968.
    • found: Margaret Thatcher, 1981:t.p. (Margaret Thatcher) p. 11 (Margaret Hilda Roberts, maiden name)
    • found: Tʻang-ning chieh 10 hao ti tʻieh nü jen, 1990:t.p. (Ma-ko-li-tʻe She-chʻi-erh)
    • found: Politicheskiĭ portret M. Tėtcher, 1991:p. 5 (Margaret Khilʹda Tėtcher)
    • found: Biog. resource center (Contemp. authors), Jan. 18, 2008(Margaret (Hilda) Thatcher; b. Oct. 13, 1925, Grantham, England)
    • found: Washington Post, April 8, 2013(Former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, the grocer's daughter whose overpowering personality, bruising political style and free-market views transformed Britain and transfixed America through the 1980s, died Monday after a stroke, her spokesman said in a statement. The first woman to lead a major Western power, Mrs. Thatcher served 11 1/2 uninterrupted years in office before stepping down Nov. 28, 1990, making her the longest-serving British prime minister of the 20th century. Mrs. Thatcher remained in the House of Commons for another two years before accepting an appointment, as Baroness Thatcher, to the House of Lords)
    • found: Wikipedia, Apr. 8, 2013(Margaret Thatcher; Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, LG, OM, PC, FRS, née Robert; born 13 October 1925; died 8 April 2013 in London; British politician, the longest-serving (1979-1990) Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of the 20th century, and the only woman to have held the post. A Soviet journalist called her the "Iron Lady", a nickname which became associated with her uncompromising politics and leadership style. As Prime Minister, she implemented Conservative policies that have come to be known as Thatcherism. Originally a research chemist before becoming a barrister, Thatcher was elected Member of Parliament for Finchley in 1959. She became Prime Minister after winning the 1979 general election)
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    • 1980-02-08: new
    • 2013-04-11: revised
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