Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Random Cutting - Margaret Thatcher in 1952

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Margaret Thatcher writing at the dawn of the New Elizabethan age in 1952. It is a sign of the times, that in the paragraph near the end, that starts ‘Should a woman arise equal to the task’, she suggests a woman Chancellor or Foreign Secretary, but she doesn’t go as far as the ludicrous suggestion of a woman Prime Minister.
History has proved the last paragraph delusional.

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