An iconic friendship, an uneasy alliance—a revisionist account of the couple who ended the Cold War.
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...it has some serious omissions. Most notably there is very little about that epicenter of global conflict we call the Middle East.Read Full Review of Reagan and Thatcher: The Diff... | See more reviews from NY Times
This book provides a lesson Tony Blair – that other British prime minister lauded over the sea – never learned.Read Full Review of Reagan and Thatcher: The Diff... | See more reviews from Guardian
Mr. Aldous's subtle and thought-provoking book amply shows that Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher clashed over individual matters. But the two leaders remained steadfast in pursuing together their most important goal...Read Full Review of Reagan and Thatcher: The Diff... | See more reviews from WSJ online
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