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The Mulroneys with President and Mrs. Reagan in Quebec, Canada . Reagan in Quebec, Canada, March 18, 1985, the day after the famous "Shamrock Summit", when the two leaders sang "When Irish Eyes are Smiling. Another of Mulroney's priorities was the privatization of many of Canada's crown corporations. Mulroney and former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher were the first foreign dignitaries to eulogize at a funeral for an American president. An earlier book expressing Brian Mulroney's own opinions and aims, is Where I Stand (McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1983), which, on its front paperback cover, emblazons the words "The new Tory leader speaks out".

Reagan declared that he had come to Washington to "drain the swamp" of bureaucracy, and set up the Grace Commission to investigate the operation of the . Thatcher and Mulroney were equally committed to reform and initiated wide-ranging changes. By the end of the 1990s, the changes were dramatic.

Wapshott's attention to Reagan and Thatcher's compatibility sometimes comes at the expense of a deeper analysis .

Wapshott's attention to Reagan and Thatcher's compatibility sometimes comes at the expense of a deeper analysis of the ideas that united them. On their economic conservatism, Wapshott is insightful and exhaustive; on the ideas driving their foreign policy, he is less thorough, and more detailed comparison of Thatcher's cold Methodism and Reagan's sense of God's purpose after his attempted assassination would have been welcome.

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Following Thatcher's eulogy, Mulroney delivered his, ending with: "In the presence of his . Aboard USS Ronald Reagan, June 7, 2004: Navy sailor writes a personal message in book to be presented to Nancy Reagan during President Ronald Reagan's interment ceremony.

Following Thatcher's eulogy, Mulroney delivered his, ending with: "In the presence of his beloved and indispensable Nancy, his children, his family, his friends and all of the American people that he so deeply revered, I say au revoir today to a gifted leader and historic president and a gracious human being.

lt; Former prime minister Brian Mulroney spoke at Nancy Reagan's funeral Friday, reading the handwritten love . Of all the letters the late .

lt; Former prime minister Brian Mulroney spoke at Nancy Reagan's funeral Friday, reading the handwritten love letter that her husband, Ronald, wrote to her on Dec. 25, 1981, marking their first Christmas in the White House. president wrote, Mrs. Reagan treasured this one the most, Mr. Mulroney told The Globe and Mail.

The Mulroney, Thatcher and Reagan families often vacationed together after the three leaders left office, including numerous visits to Southampton. There, Mulroney recalled one particular night when, after a couple of whiskies, Thatcher sang The White Cliffs of Dover

The Mulroney, Thatcher and Reagan families often vacationed together after the three leaders left office, including numerous visits to Southampton. There, Mulroney recalled one particular night when, after a couple of whiskies, Thatcher sang The White Cliffs of Dover. Listening to her slightly elevated contralto singing that, it was very moving because she was a living part of British history at the time, Mulroney said. I saw a very human side of Margaret Thatcher.