Lady Margaret Thatcher's funeral brought together bitter enemies who had not spoken to each other in years to pay tribute to the longest-serving British prime minister of the twentieth century and the only woman to have held the office. Journalist and historian Geoffrey Wheatcroft examines the complex legacy of this polarizing leader.
Wheatcroft studied modern history at New College, Oxford, and joined the Spectator in 1975. He writes regularly for the Spectator, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. His books include "The Randlords," "The Controversy of Zion" and "The Strange Death of Tory England."