John Blundell on The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher

During Reason Weekend, the annual event held by the nonprofit that publishes this website, head of the Institute of Economic Affairs and Reason contributor John Blundell gave a riveting remembrance of Margaret Thatcher's massive achievements as British prime minister.

Blundell is the author of, most recently, Margaret Thatcher: A Portrait of the Iron Lady.

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Approximately 30 minutes.

Shot by Roger Richards; edited by Meredith Bragg.

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