She bequeathed us a country where anyone could make it if they had the talent, the ambition and the work ethic.
Cool, where is it? Like, a new island constructed in the atlantic or something? I'll tell my friends from up north their families should move there.
 for the sake of serious commentary, Thatcher's actions should be placed in context - winter of discontent, Britain's poor economy in the 70s, the "sick man of europe" etc. But while the southeast gained from the sweeping free-marketeer changes, it was at rather a cost to the rest of the country.
And now we're a nation that... relies on bankers, doesn't make a lot and has large areas that are deprived and economically pretty dead.
What could have been done different in the 80s? I dunno. I'm not an economist. But while I find some displays of joy over this rather distateful (she's been irrelevant for over a decade now), I can understand where the anger comes from.