What would the Iron Lady think about England today?

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Margaret Thatcher

Known as “The Iron Lady” for her stand against communism, Margaret Thatcher was born Oct. 13, 1925. She became the first woman prime minister of the United Kingdom at a time when England’s government was facing bankruptcy, unemployment was on the rise, and there were conflicts with labor unions. Margaret Thatcher successfully turned the country around by cutting social welfare programs, reducing trade union power and privatizing several industries.

On February 5, 1996, while traveling through New York City, Margaret Thatcher had an interview with Joseph A. Cannon, printed in Human Events. Offering advice to America, Margaret Thatcher explained: “Biblical basis affects one’s whole view, attitude and outlook. … The notion of human rights comes from the sanctity on the individual. … The Decalogue – Ten Commandments – are addressed to each and every person. This is the origin of our common humanity and of the

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