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As first female prime minister of England, Margaret Thatcher forged a new path for her Conservative Party and left a legacy of distinct, defining policies for her country and for conservatives around the world.
With Thatcher's passing yesterday at age 87, her lasting legacy in her native England is a country with a much stronger economy than when she became prime minister in 1979.
As the Iron Lady, Thatcher's political views and economic policies became as famous and divisive as her counterpart Ronald Reagan's were in the United States. Here's the list of what Thatcherism stood for: