The Politics of the Thatcher Revolution

Book Name : The Politics of the Thatcher Revolution_x000D_
An Interpretation of British Politics 1979 - 1990

By by Fry, Geoffrey K., Professor

Sub Title : An Interpretation of British Politics 1979 - 1990

Written by : by Fry, Geoffrey K., Professor

Subject Category : Academic Business

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The Politics of the Thatcher Revolution is about the most dramatic period in modern British politics, the era of the Thatcher revolution of 1979 - 1990. The Conservatives inherited a country that many feared had been rendered ungovernable by trade union power, those exercising which desired a socialist future for Britain. Margaret Thatcher's Governments of the 1980s broke union power and led Britain firmly down the economic liberal road of Western consumerism, radically changing public policy and administration in the process. Being neither one of the defeated nor an economic liberal, but an untrue believer in the Revolution in the sense of largely predicting it, the author is well placed to produce a dispassionate analysis of this fascinating era. Palgrave Macmillan; April 2008 ISBN 9780230594111 Read online, or download in secure PDF format Title: The Politics of the Thatcher Revolution Author: Fry, Geoffrey K., Professor Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan Subject categories Academic Business > Development Business > Economic Development History > Great Britain History > History of Great Britain > England > History Humanities Political Science ISBNs 0230594115 9780333751961 9780230594111 About The Author GEOFFREY K. FRY is Emeritus Professor of British Government and Administration at the University of Leeds, UK.

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Academic Business - Development Business - Economic Development History - Great Britain History - History of Great Britain - England - History Humanities Political Science

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0230594115 - 9780333751961 - 9780230594111

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GEOFFREY K. FRY is Emeritus Professor of British Government and Administration at the University of Leeds, UK.

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Palgrave Macmillan