Chapman is sponsoring a four-day symposium on the premiership of Margaret Thatcher. The Thatcher Symposium is free and open to the public. Sessions will be held in the evening from 7 to 9 pm from Tuesday, April 30, until Friday, May 3, in Bush Conference Center, Beckman Hall.
The following topics will be covered:
Tuesday, April 30: "The Anglo-American Alliance at the End of the Cold War"
Wednesday, May 1: "Thatcherism: Free Market Economic Policy"
Thursday, May 2: "Thatcherism: Rolling Back the Frontiers of the State"
Friday, May 3: "The Grocer's Daughter and Her Legacy"
There will be a display in the library entitled Churchill to Thatcher: British Prime Ministers in the Cold War, which will be opened formally at a high tea on the afternoon of May 1.
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