It was precisely because she came from this – what you might call the wrong side of tracks background and because she was a woman in a man’s world that she had a very independent approach. She never thought, “I must go with the crowd.”
Enter the Iron Lady. Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Margaret Thatcher's biographer, Charles Moore, explains where Margaret Thatcher acquired her sense of tough independence.
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