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PBS NEWSHOUR

The Polarizing Legacy of Britain's 'Iron Lady'

  • Aired: 04/09/2013
  • 07:09
  • Rating: NR
The death of Margaret Thatcher, whose leadership had global ramifications, has opened up old wounds for some British citizens. For more on the controversial legacy of Britain's "Iron Lady," Gwen Ifill talks with Time magazine's assistant managing editor Rana Foroohar and John Burns, London bureau chief for The New York Times.
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