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|Now Robin Harris, for many years Thatcher's speechwriter, trusted adviser and the draftsman of two volumes of her autobiography, has written the defining book about this indomitable woman.|
|Not For Turning is the first volume of Charles Moore's authorized biography of Margaret Thatcher, the longest serving Prime Minister of the twentieth century and one of the most influential political figures of the postwar era.|
|Now Robin Harris, for many years Mrs. Thatcher’s speechwriter, close adviser, and the draftsman of both volumes of her autobiography, has written the definitive book about this indomitable English woman.|
|'You turn if you want to,' she told the delighted representatives, then paused while |
they laughed, thinking that was the punchline. 'The Lady's not for turning.' 31d
Privately she had already given the same assurance to her staff. 'She made it ...
|These political leaders not only articulated the core ideological claims of |
neoliberalism but also sought to convert them into ... Indeed, the 'Iron Lady' was
famous for coining other ideological slogans such as 'There Is No Alternative' (to
|Amid everything else, Joseph was not about to forget his vocation to convert. |
Early in the new government ... Lady's. Not. for. Turning”. At the same time, the
government also got busy trying to displace Keynesianism with monetarism.
Instead of ...
|Needless to say, the Wife of Bath stands self-indicted here as a similar filia non |
Sion but this lady is not for turning. This Jeromian excursion serves a purpose, as
we shall return to it a number of times in the pages to come. Of course, Robertson
Susan K. Opt, Mark A. Gring - 2008 - 258 pages
|This inflation-as-enemy name implied that the Conservatives could not passively |
respond, but must systematically and ... The overall organizing metaphor related
to Thatcher's “U-turn” line (Thatcher, 1980). ... “The Lady's Not for Turning” 191.
|But if we took trial and error seriously, 'flip-flopper' would be a badge of flexibility, |
worn with pride. A similar attitude prevails in British politics. Margaret Thatcher
famously declared, 'You turn if you want to. The lady's not for turning.' Tony Blair ...
|Contrasts such as those used by John F. Kennedy ('Ask not what your country |
can do for you, ask what you can do for your country') and Margaret Thatcher ('
You turn if you want to, the lady's not for turning') make their points in bold