Margaret Thatcher was the daughter of a small-town grocer who rose to become Britain's first woman prime minister. She was called the iron lady for being so strong. She was a very serious minded girl when she was young. Margaret liked to do her level best at everything that she tried. She loved to win. She was not shy at all. When she was nine years old, she won a poetry-reading contest at her elementary school. Her principal congratulated her and said she was lucky. Margaret responded, " I wasn't lucky, I deserved it." All together, you may understand that she is very determined.
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