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Living with Dementia

Margaret Thatcher

Dementia becomes her

One wonders whether Meryl Streep’s forgetting her spectacles on the way up to collect her Golden Globe on Sunday was deliberate: an attempt to counter the criticism that her presentation of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as a pathetic, semi-demented crone in the Iron Lady was cruel and unusual portrayal. “Hey look, I’m… Dementia becomes her   

Living with Dementia: I’m Still Here

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