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Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren't.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - )
You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - )

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Look at a day when you are supremely satisfied at the end. It's not a day when you lounge around doing nothing; its when you had everything to do, and you've done it.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - )
Being powerful is a lot like being a woman: If you have to tell someone that you are, invariably, you are not.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - )
Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren't.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - )
It is important not to allow ever wider coalition-building to become an end in itself. As we saw in the Gulf War of 1990, international pressures, particularly those exerted from within an alliance, can result in the failure to follow actions through and so leave future problems unresolved.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - )
I too have a certain idea of America. Moreover, I would not feel entitled to say that of any other country, except my own. This is not just sentiment, though I always feel ten years younger – despite the jet-lag – when I set foot on American soil: there is something so positive, generous, and open about the people – and everything actually works.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - )
If…many influential people have failed to understand , or have just forgotten, what were up against in the Cold War and how we overcame it, they are not going to be capable of securing, let alone enlarging, the gains that liberty has made.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - )
As the former dissident Vladimir Bukovsky one remarked — referring to the Russian proverb to the effect that you cannot make an omlette without breaking eggs — he had seen plenty of broken eggs, but had never tasted any omlette.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - )
Douglas, Douglas, you would make Neville Chamberlain look like a warmonger.
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Margaret Thatcher (1925 - ), On Douglas Hurd, as quoted in "Atticus", The Sunday Times (2 May, 1993)
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