Weekly Listen – Graham Stewart on Margaret Thatcher’s rescue from historical cliché

To argue that Margaret Thatcher attacked the post-war dream is to caricature, not illuminate, her importance to British history. Read by Leighton Pugh.
British Conservative prime minister Margaret Thatcher wipes crumbs off the table at 10, Downing Street, London, circa 1990. A painting of her predecessor Winston Churchill hangs on the wall behind her. (Photo by John Downing/Getty Images).
British Conservative prime minister Margaret Thatcher wipes crumbs off the table at 10, Downing Street, London, circa 1990. A painting of her predecessor Winston Churchill hangs on the wall behind her. (Photo by John Downing/Getty Images).
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