The Pros And Cons Of Thatcher's First Female Prime Party

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The British population had split opinions on their first female Prime Minister. Thatcher was a polarizing leader, where some hated her and others loved her. On one side, she was a strong and firm ruler who bettered the British economy. On the other, there were high taxes and unemployment. Thatcher’s war against the unions was very unpopular among the union members, but her followers claim the unions had too much power and that Thatcher was right to defeat them. Thatcher’s supporters focus on the positives she did; she saved the country from bankruptcy, reduced inflation and regained the Falkland territory. Her opponents describe her as cold and callous, as she did nothing to stop the suffering of the laborers and the Irish strikers. Even if

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