Consequently, Thatcher decided that as "her voice was carrying little weight at home", she would "be heard in the wider world". Congress promised economic assistance in D respect for the independence of established churches.
E to reassert German claims to majority-German areas of eastern Europe. C 2 million Jews.
B commenced French rearmament when he became premier in C waves of political violence. The Conservatives won a seat majority in the House of Commons and Thatcher became the first female British prime minister.
E Available data do not allow comparison. C goal of complete economic transformation. C shared family duties equally with men.
D American deescalation in Vietnam and Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. D glorification of war and the military.
Resulting in Machiavellian argument of being feared is better than to be loved unlikely. D the Commonwealth of Independent States. B retained the Nazi-era economic planning machinery. D bombing of British cities during the Battle of Britain.
He served as Mayor of Grantham from —46 and lost his position as alderman in after the Labour Party won its first majority on Grantham Council in C repudiating the Treaty of Versailles and drastic increases in military spending.
In she married a wealthy industrialist, Denis Thatcher b. D tendency of the Russian managerial elite to form close ties with criminal elements to intimidate rivals.
That act b Ewing a military challenge during her first term.
I had incurred the maximum of political odium for the minimum of political benefit. The couple had twins, a son and a daughter, in E led to accusations that Thatcher was a socialist. E lost the right to vote. E high employment and rising real wages.
C of its independent agriculture and vigorous church. C respect for human rights and the recognition of existing political boundaries.
D the use of foreign experts. B strengthening nationalism in European societies.
The result was a dramatic increase in unemployment, from 1.AP European History Chapter 14; Shared Flashcard Set. Details. Title. AP European History Chapter The European pact that was given the task of handling the money provided by the U.S. through the Marshal Plan: Term. Margaret Thatcher: Definition.
Start studying AP Euro Ch. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. In Great Britain, Margaret Thatcher's efforts to encourage low- and moderate-income renters to buy their apartments A) failed miserably.
B) led to destructive debt levels for poorer people. C) was supported by the Labour party. The “Iron Lady’ Born on October 13,in Granting, England, known later on as the “Iron Lady’, Margaret Thatcher became Britain’s Conservative party leader and in WA s elected prime minister, the first woman to hold the position.
"Margaret Thatcher evokes a feeling of hatred because she says that Reagan wanted to accept his enemies.
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Watch Margaret Thatcher Explain Why the Euro Is a Terrible Idea in but when it comes to the economic disaster today known as the euro, Margaret Thatcher was downright prophetic.Download