The Path To Power

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In The Downing Street Wars, Margaret Thatcher Gave Her Own Account Of Her Prime Ministership From 1979 To 1990. That Book Justly Became A Bestseller All Over The World. Now, In The Path To Power, She Writes For The First Time About Her Personal Life, About The Formation Of Her Character And Values, And About The Training And Experiences Which Led To The 1979 Election Victory. Part 1. A Provincial Childhood : Grantham (1925-43) ; Gowns-woman : Oxford (1943-47) ; House Bound : Marriage, Family, Law And Politics (1947-59) ; The Outer Circle : Backbencher And Junior Minister (1959-64) ; A World Of Shadows : Opposition (1964-70) ; Teacher's Pest : The Department Of Education (1970-74) ; No End Of A Lesson : The Heath Government (1970-74) ; Seizing The Moment : The October 1974 General Election And The Campaign For The Tory Leadership ; A Bumpy Ride : Leader Of The Opposition (1975-77) ; Détente Or Defeat? : Foreign Policy And Visits (1975-79) ; Apprenticeship For Power : Leader Of The Opposition (1977-79) ; Just One Chance : 1979 General Election Campaign -- Part 2. Beginning Again. Bruges Or Brussels? : Policy Towards Europe ; New World Disorder : Foreign Policy And Defence ; Virtue's Rewards : Policies To Strengthen The Family, Curb Welfare Dependency And Reduce Crime ; Promoting The Free-enterprise Revolution : Economic Policy -- Epilogue -- Appendix I: The Hague Speech, 15 May 1992 -- Appendix Ii: Political Chronology, 1955-79 -- Appendix Iii: Shadow Cabinet, 1975-79. Margaret Thatcher. Includes Index.

Author : Margaret Thatcher

Publisher : Harpercollins

Published Year : 1995

Edition : 1

Format : print - Hardcover, 656 pages

Subject : Thatcher, Margaret, Conservative Party(Great Britain), Women prime ministers, Women prime ministers--Great Britain--Biography, Politics and government, DA591.T47 A3 1995, 941.085/8/092 B

Language : English

Dimensions : xiv, 656 p., 40 p. of plates ; 24 cm.

ISBN : 0060172703

ISBN13 : 9780060172701