“Provocative new investigation into one of England’s most polarising prime ministers sheds new light on the notorious role of the state against perceived enemies and its pertinent implications today.” – The History Press
On September 7, 2015, Clive Bloom, longstanding professor at the London Global Gateway, released a new book entitled Thatcher’s Secret War: Subversion, Coercion, Secrecy and Government, 1974-90.
The book revisits British former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s premiership to reveal and examine unexplained events of the period such as political cover-ups and assassinations, providing a fresh new look beneath the official history.
Bloom’s numerous other publications Victoria’s Madmen: Revolution and Alienation (2013); Riot City: Protest and Rebellion in the Capital (2012); Violent London: 2000 Years of Riots, Rebels and Revolts (2010); Bestsellers: Popular Fiction Since 1900 (2008); Gothic Horror: A Guide for Students and Readers (2007); and Cult Fiction: Popular Reading and Pulp Theory (1996).
Originally published by international.nd.edu on October 06, 2015.at