Rupert Murdoch’s inaugural Margaret Thatcher lecture | Media | guardian.co.uk

by peterjukes

She understood that a free society cannot thrive without its risk-takers and creative optimists and those willing to challenge conventional wisdom. And she recognized that the establishment can – and often should be – challenged.

She also understood that the establishment wasn’t just the landed gentry, but institutions hungry for power at the expense of ordinary citizens.

via Rupert Murdoch’s inaugural Margaret Thatcher lecture | Media | guardian.co.uk.

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