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“What Thatcher did was destroy the working class even as a concept,” says Warchus.‘Pride’: The Feel-Good Movie of the Year, and the Film Rupert Murdoch Doesn’t Want You to See|Marlow Stern|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Thatcher appealed to what she believed to be universal values—of hard work and reward—rather than gender.
He told The Daily Beast that he was sure Thatcher and the British public liked Reagan no matter what her senior staff thought.
How a small British punk band fooled Reagan, Thatcher, the MI6, and American spies.The British Punk Band That Fooled Reagan, Thatcher And The CIA|Nico Hines|January 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
By terrifying coincidence, this was the one poem that Thatcher herself thought to recall and misquote when she first met Larkin.
Returning to the Thatcher cabin they there planned to pass the night.The Spirit Lake Massacre|Thomas Teakle
Thatcher greeted Rose quietly but with a pressure of the hand which made up for his impassivity of countenance.Rose of Dutcher's Coolly|Hamlin Garland
"I forgot myself," said Thatcher, more to Dunlap than to me.Vandemark's Folly|Herbert Quick
The thatcher nodded, and his cap looked about as perilous as the Leaning Tower of Pisa.Thomas Hardy's Dorset|Robert Thurston Hopkins
Of the five candidates in the field, three, including his former teacher Thatcher, speedily fell out of the running.Sir James Young Simpson and Chloroform (1811-1870)|Henry Laing Gordon
British Dictionary definitions for thatcher
Word Origin and History for thatcher
early 14c. (late 12c. as a surname); agent noun from thatch (v.).