Thomas O'Grady was born in England at the beginning of Margaret Thatcher's reign as Prime Minister, and is one of the so-called "Thatcher Babies": the first generation of Britons that had to live with the legacy of Thatcher’s radical neoconservative politics. His various works examine the consequences of British Thatcherism.
In his piece ‘Thatcher Baby’, O’Grady used a piece of coal (an allusion to the British coal industry destroyed by Thatcher) to systematically edit Thatcher’s memoir, "The Downing Street Years."
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