I like to think Margaret Thatcher would have stood out at any time, but for her time, she was remarkable. Women’s Lib was just getting past the jeering stage, finding its legs here in the United States. Margaret Thatcher became Prime Minister in 1979, long before we ever heard of a glass ceiling. If you have never watched the British Parliament in action, you are in for a treat. They are a rowdy, boisterous crowd. For my U.S. readers, try for a moment to imagine our Congress interacting on this level… In the video below, it is her last appearance as Prime Minister and she has some cogent comments about what we would call the 1% and the redistribution of wealth so popular today.