The Corner

Krauthammer’s Take: Thatcher’s Legacy

On tonight’s edition of Special Report, Charles Krauthammer offered his thoughts on the passing of Margaret Thatcher, who he said “changed the zeitgeist of a country that had imagined that its decline, its sclerosis, were a result of history, you know, exhaustion by the end of two world wars, and not policy.” 

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