Margaret Thatcher: To be or not to be a woman

@article{Campbell2015MargaretTT,
  title={Margaret Thatcher: To be or not to be a woman},
  author={Beatrix Campbell},
  journal={British Politics},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={41-51}
}
Margaret Thatcher became the first woman to be elected to lead the Conservative Party in 1975 – UN international year of women. Her leadership and her persona were saturated with the thoroughly gendered politics of the Tory tradition and its encounter with contemporary feminism. Was she a woman premier or was she a premier for women? 
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