By Louisa Hadley, Elizabeth Ho
This is the first vast interdisciplinary, cross-genre critique of Margaret Thatcher and her cultural "afterlife," exploring Thatcher's legacy throughout more than a few components together with public coverage, broadcast media, movie, poetry, architectural layout, political cartoons and literature.
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Accessed September 24, 2009. Walden, B. (2006) “True Blues: A Point of View” BBC News Magazine. stm. Accessed August 16, 2009. Wright, P. (1986) On Living in an Old Country: The National Past in Contemporary Britain. London: Verso. Young, H. ” Rptd. in H. Birch, Q. McDermott, and M. ) The Thatcher Legacy: Right to the End. The Guardian Collection No. 3. London: Guardian Newspapers. pp. 5–6, 8. ” and so they are casting their problems on society and who is society? There is no such thing! (Thatcher 1987) Three months after Margaret Thatcher was elected as prime minister for her third term ( June 1987) she gave an interview to Woman’s Own magazine in which she condemned those “children and people” who expected the government, as the representative of “society,” to sort their problems out.
Our focus is on those aspects of “society” most decried by Margaret Thatcher, the public services. In particular we consider those two institutions, often described as quintessentially British, the National Health Service (NHS) and public service broadcasting, both of which came under intense pressure from the Thatcher governments (Leys 2001). ” In dealing with those problems, public life is lived out in a particularly powerful way, and the vulnerability and interdependence of individuals becomes an unavoidable issue.
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