Thatcher: Shhh, Nothing Happened

May 1979
National Review;5/25/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p660
The article comments that the solid victory of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the House of Commons in Great Britain, will not change the United States foreign policy. There was no mandate to dismantle the British welfare state, no move away from socialism and no change on relations with Rhodesia.


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