Her Early Years, 1975 - 83
· wanted to change policies and modernise Britain.
· She was elected leader of the Conservative Party not because people supported her, but because the only other choice was more of Ted Heath. Nobody else stood until it was too late.
· She was tied to an ideology; she was a conviction politician – that is she was convinced that her ideology was correct. She was a staunch anti-Communist in the Cold War, and she perceived western European Socialism as a…