The Anatomy of Thatcherism

The Anatomy of Thatcherism

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The Anatomy of Thatcherism explains how, for the first time In British history, a prime minister's name has become an 'Ism'a€”a symbol of a profound social change. Letwln argues that Thatcherism promoted a moral agenda rather than an economic doctrine or a political theory in order to achieve a fundamental realignment in British politics. She introduces a new termsa€”qthe vigorous virtuesqa€”to describe what Thatcherites have aimed to cultivate in Individual Britons and In the country as a whole. Her definition of Thatcherism is supported by a detailed analysis of the principal Thatcherite policies and the grounds on which they were advocated and opposed, Inside and outside the Conservative Party. Without departing from a lucid and lively style or resorting to technical jargon. Dr. Letwln explains such innovations as schools opting out, budget holding by GPs, and the creation of the first ever competitive spot market in electricity. Just how did the Thatcherite administrations shape the reform of the unions? How is the Thatcherite attitude to the family connected with Thatcherite policies on schools? Why does monAsetarism appeara€”wronglya€”to be at the heart of Thatcherism? The Anatomy of Thatcherism is a bold and searching book about how Britain changed between 1979 and 1992. It challenges many truisms about British politics, and Is indispensable reading both for those who believe in the future relevance of Thatcherism and for those who want to demolish it. And it will be of particular interest to those conAscerned with the history of British politics, as It shows how Thatcherism both arose out of, and confronted, trends that had perAsmeated Conservatism for the entire twentieth century.The Anatomy of Thatcherism explains how, for the first time In British history, a prime ministera#39;s name has become an a#39;Isma#39;a€”a symbol of a profound social change.

Title:The Anatomy of Thatcherism
Author: Shirley Robin Letwin
Publisher:Transaction Publishers - 1993-01-01

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