Margaret Is Our Darling

Lejeune, Anthony
July 1983
National Review;7/8/1983, Vol. 35 Issue 13, p813
The article comments on the personality of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and the nature of the modern Labour Party in connection with the outcome of Great Britain's election, as of 1983. It details how U.S. correspondents and the British media covered the event. Information on Great Britain's Labour Party's manifesto and campaign is provided.


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