Margaret Thatcher: Prime Minister Indomitable

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Index
Abernathy, Ralph, 218-21
Afghanistan invasion, 74, 96, 101, 110-11, 233, 254, 307-8
Africa, 74, 233-34, 254, 257, 289
Agreed Statement D, New Physical Principles, 274
Alliance (Liberal- SDP), 11, 101, 203, 234, 285
Altenberg, Wolfgang, 111
American Bar Association, 261
Anderson, Elizabeth Garret, 246
Andreotti, Guilio, 79
Androcles and the Lion, 242
Anglo-Irish Agreement, 22, 92-93, 321
Angola, 87, 96, 211, 316
Animal Liberation, 262
Anti-ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM), 256, 273-74
Argentina, 65, 82-86, 96, 118
Arms control, 180, 267-72
Ascension Island, 84, 109, 313
Ashby, Margery, xvii, 245-51
Ashley, Lord, 167
Asia, 74, 254, 283
Asquith, Herbert, 247
Atkins, Humphrey, 9
Atlantic Alliance, 178, 198, 286. See also NATO
Attali, Jacques, 44
Attaturk, Kemal, 248
Attlee , Clement, 80, 100, 144, 147
Australia, 87
Baker, James, 25
Baker, Kenneth, 135
Bank of England, 62, 199, 229
Baron, Norman, 239
Battle of Britain, 242
Baudouin, King, 280
Belgrano, 84, 106
Belize, 82
Berlin Wall, 263, 303
Bevin, Ernest, 101
Bill of Rights, 262
Bismarck, Otto von, 254-55
Blackpool Conference, 128, 207
Bondfield, Margaret, 247
Boren, David, 263
Bosnia, 31
Botha, P. W., 88
Brandt Commission, 89
Bretton Woods agreement, 146, 198
Brezhnev, Leonid, 110, 179, 255, 304
Brighton bombing, 91
British Aerospace, 63, 228
British Airways, 63
British Commonwealth League, 247
British Defence White Paper, 83
British Embassy, 217
British Information Services, 222, 236, 251, 263, 286
British Leyland, 60
British Nationality Act, 83
British Petroleum, 63
British Post Office, 228
British Rail, 63
British Shipbuilders, 60
British social attitudes, 173-74, 183-87, 192, 194, 197, 204, 205, 228-29, 231-32, 238- 40, 249-51
British Steel, 63, 212
British Telecom, 63, 228, 258, 298
Brokaw, Tom, 220-21
Bruges speech, 119-20, 122, 279-86
Brussels Treaty, 101, 285
Brzezinski, Zbigniew, xvii
Buckingham University, 29

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