Margaret Thatcher unalterably changed the face of Britain. This volume, the first book-length bibliography on Thatcher, will help the researcher to evaluate her impact. The volume opens with a brief biography, which includes coverage of Thatcher's monetary and social market policies, her special relationship with Ronald Reagan, her foreign and domestic policies, and her attitudes toward women and equal opportunity issues. The bibliography, which comprises the bulk of the book, provides a comprehensive guide to works on Thatcher's life and career. Entries are annotated except when a title is self-explanatory. Coverage is devoted primarily to English-language materials. The book includes full indexes. The book will be an important aide for all scholars, researchers, and students concerned with British politics.
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 579 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 17 mm
Edition: Annotated edition
..."helpful introduction for students of the "Iron Lady.""-Choice, October 1993
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