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Now what we don't will feature books very often on the show but -- I found this book particularly relevant right now.
In the United States especially because we're looking at.
Bit more socialist here in America every day all we know -- The book is why that there is no alternative all about why fact -- -- and the author of that -- is Clara -- Lynn ski.
Aka the time for life what is -- there is no alternative -- markers that those who would that -- no alternative outlets were -- As you wrote this book is all about Margaret Thatcher and their impact on the British -- -- the world economy.
That's a little look -- what she sent to what she meant to everyone and she means a lot -- Now some people all believing.
Saying that the changes that she brought a bounce in Britain and elsewhere in the world resulted in the crash of 2008.
What do you make of that.
Not historical it's just completely disconnected -- -- announced it when people talk about.
Thatcher right deregulation they're talking about deregulation that everyone's still agrees is a great idea everyone still thinks is extremely important -- privatized.
Industries as public utilities the worst in state control she privatized telecoms for Tampa sports -- you had your choice of there'd been.
Green telephone pink telephone the white territory after waiting online for very long time if you were -- that perhaps what -- talked about we talk about Scott -- to regulation.
But that's just speculation but that we're -- that big them.
What bounces -- derivatives.
And all that whole line of financial products do you teach our option back in.
Not even exist she was in power these complex credit credit derivatives.
She couldn't see does that speak -- turnaround the British economy she didn't longest period of uninterrupted growth in the post war hair issue posted.
Among Britain's yes among some Britain's best action is not popular among just.
As many Britons as you think you're not been rehabilitated yet well -- -- now after Thatcher.
Everyone is attached right famous club were all fat -- now and everyone is still faster -- no -- is really saying we should go back to.
Controlling the commanding a -- heights -- the British economy.
But there is still a tremendous hostility towards something machines represented.
A lot of that house to do -- not understanding what she -- and a lot of that have to do it this year -- viciousness of British last.
She savage viciousness of the British left -- and it pays like I think the British this.
As a moderate.
People but as operating -- her Press Secretary sent me to think he's absolutely right when the British are extremes on Mary asks have you seen the movie.
-- he's I think the trailer but I haven't things wouldn't I'm dying to see it what you think of Merrill Streep whose politics ought generally to the left.
Playing the on in lady just actress it's okay to politics and the left and light.
There were two trailers but I saw the first one was for international audiences and I thought I own now because I thought might -- it is that I didn't think -- captured Scott declined.
That she can't just look at that that's that's Merrill Streep on the left of your screen and that's Margaret Thatcher on the right -- you Austrian I mean that's not catching it just right.
-- -- I think that's terrific I think is.
She looks like I don't you think but it's more than I think if -- finally put words in Claire's about the -- -- for that.
It's more than just what she looked like.
It's if you take -- capture what did you mean.
Well now let's let's remember I sought to trailers to one that I didn't like.
I -- years studying and me.
Fracture clip on YouTube watching every speech on and so it's Margaret Thatcher's mannerisms down to it to a level of specificity that most people who didn't know her personally -- -- -- the -- fairly granular an exact.
So when I saw the first I -- -- now I've never seen that expression Margaret Thatcher's face she she didn't get.
But -- when I saw the international trailer I thought it's not that -- that's not that it's not hurt.
No but it's never gonna satisfy the benefit to it that's a British expression not bad can actually made -- Really really good at all really really bad -- it.
Glad my standards you're gonna be very hot I regret is that we totally out of topics level NC thanks so much for joining us thank you for I was you have my yeah.
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