An epiphænomenon in the life of the British people

It is often argued that Thatcherism played a rôle in

the terrible deterioration in the character of the British people,

but Dalrymple reminds us that

the deterioration was evident many years before Margaret Thatcher’s advent to power — which changed nothing.

Thatcher was

an epiphænomenon in the life of the British people. She spoke much, but achieved little.

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