Church Under Thatcher
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Church Under Thatcher by Henry Clark

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Published by Abingdon Press .
Written in English


  • Christian theology,
  • Social history,
  • England,
  • General,
  • Religion - Church History

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10290956M
ISBN 100281046581
ISBN 109780281046584

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Under Margaret Thatcher's government, the taming of inflation displaced high employment as the primary policy objective. [5]: As a monetarist, Thatcher started out in her economic policy by increasing interest rates to slow the growth of the money supply and thus lower t: 1st Thatcher ministry, 2nd .   Britain Under Thatcher book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This concise, accessible, and balanced historical analysis of the T /5. The Church Under Thatcher by Henry Clark (Review) Authors. Jacob H. Dorn, Wright State University - Main Campus Follow. Document Type. Book Review. Publication Date. Find this in a Library. Catalog Record. Comments. Review of the book The Church Under Thatcher by Henry Clark. Repository Citation. Dorn, J. H. (). The Church Under Author: Jacob H. Dorn. Under Thatcher the Church defended a post-war consensus it had, largely through William Temple, helped to create. It is an ironical outcome that Filby does not explore that the creation of the welfare state may have encouraged secularisation by depriving religious bodies of important charitable functions.

  Fascinating and well written book. For the Thatcher fan or the Thatcher critic this book provides a measured and detailed analysis of the changing relationship between the Anglican church and the state, the bishops and the Thatcher government and the church's diminishing influence on British society over the last four by: 3. This article lists government ministers who served under Prime Minister Margaret er was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from to , during which time she led a Conservative government. She was the first woman to hold that office. During her premiership, Thatcher retained the Falkland Islands, moved to liberalise the British economy . Theological Book Review “Thatcher always pays careful attention both to social scientific evidence and to biblical evidence overall blend is distinctive a book to buy.” Journal of Theological Studies "A rich and thought provoking book that engages theologically with a host of facets of contempory family life."Cited by: 7.   AN ELECTION year that also marks the 30th anniversary of the publication of Faith in the City is an opportune time to reflect on the Church's changing relationship with politics since the Thatcher years, particularly as the Church seems to be rediscovering its political voice.. In the s, when the Labour Party endured a period of self-inflicted paralysis, the Church of .

As she ascended firmly to the upper middle class, she began attending Anglican church. Conspicuous consumption and debt-fuelled growth, often seen as legacies of the Thatcher era, could hardly be. Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, LG, OM, DStJ, PC, FRS, HonFRSC (née Roberts ; 13 October – 8 April ) was a British stateswoman who served as prime minister of the United Kingdom from to and leader of the Conservative Party from to She was the longest-serving British prime minister of the 20th century and the first Deputy: Sir Geoffrey Howe (–90). Europe was the great theatre of this very English Englishness. Throughout Mrs. Thatcher’s career, Moore observes, “the story of was the myth which most dominated her .   A review of Margaret Thatcher's new book, Statecraft, published by Harper and Collins, London, Dedicated to President Ronald Reagan (whose administration ran from to ), a new book by former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (who governed Britain from to ) is mainly a panoramic assessment of world conditions from a.