FEW RELATIONSHIPS CHANGE THE COURSE OF HSTORY.
THAT BETWEEN MARGARET THATCHER AND RONALD REAGAN DID.
In this series, Charles Moore, author of the acclaimed biography of Thatcher, reveals
how she and Reagan came to enjoy much more than a political alliance.
It was a friendship built on their different genders. It helped that she remembered
having seen him in the movies when she was young. And he enjoyed playing the
gallant with her. But their relationship was often tested. At stake was the safety of the
free world and, in the shadow of nuclear Armageddon, the survival of all living things.