Margaret Thatcher was one of the greatest leaders of the 20th Century. With Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II, she helped topple the Soviet empire. She stood for principles when other conservative politicians stood for surrender. She restored British sovereignty over the Falklands after they were invaded. And, she took a British economy on the brink of collapse and launched an economic revival, putting the “great” back in Great Britain.
This October 13 – on what would be Baroness Thatcher’s 90th birthday – The Heritage Foundation and The Anglosphere Society host a group of distinguished individuals who will reflect upon her character, her commitment, and her challenges. Join us as our special guests offer their commentaries on Margaret Thatcher’s leadership, inspiration and example in advancing the cause of freedom and renewing the spirit of a nation.
More About the Speakers
A Conversation featuring
John O’Sullivan, CBE
Special Adviser and Speechwriter to Prime Minister Thatcher
and author of The President, the Pope, and the Prime Minister
Dr. Alice Prochaska
Principal, Somerville College Oxford, United Kingdom
Counsellor to President Ronald Reagan and 75th Attorney General of the United States
Nile Gardiner, Ph.D.
Director, Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom, The Heritage Foundation (Moderator)
Founder, The Anglosphere Society