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English: Margaret Thatcher, former UK PM.
Français : Margaret Thatcher
Nederlands: Margaret Thatcher
Svenska: Margaret Thatcher som oppositionsledare 1975
Русский: Маргарет Тэтчер, бывшая премьер-министр Великобритании
Date 18 September 1975
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Author Marion S. Trikosko
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  • Thomas J. O'Halloran (TOH)
  • Marion S. Trikosko (MST)
  • John Bledsoe (JTB)
  • Chick Harrity (CWH)

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