Margaret Thatcher: A Life and Legacy chronicles the broad themes of Thatcher’s life. This book compares Thatcher to Churchill but concedes that Churchill has more accomplishments. “Pillars of Justice” by Owen Fiss chronicles the people who have shaped and structured his life through the years. Some of the law theories and politics int his book can quickly become grating and boring. “George Washington The Wonder of the Age” tells the story of George Washington’s life with an interesting flair. It points out many small but interesting details.
- So much has been said in regards to Margaret Thatcher that the main thing left to do is to state less.
- Cannadine’s life of the strident and dauntless head administrator is speedy as a sprint and a delight to peruse.
- Cannadine powerfully reasons that Thatcher equaled Churchill in stature yet not accomplishment. Her feelings and constrain of identity offered ascend to their own development .
“He eagerly sought out commands early in his career, but he hesitated to assume the presidency and could not wait to be free of it.”