Ever wondered how someone like Margaret Thatcher got elected during the socialistic upheaval in the U.K.?
Margaret Thatcher was a radical compared to the popular socialistic beliefs of the 1970’s, but she wasn’t a “radical” when compared to people like Yaron Brook or other objectivists, libertarians, or strong conservatives.
People were in disdain about socialism and wanted a radical change; Margaret Thatcher was in the right place at the right time.
She didn’t present herself as a radical. She maintained a “centrist” disposition, which helped her to get elected.
Something to keep in mind if you’re trying to get elected or trying to spread your message to a large audience.