Margaret Thatcher, the first, and so far only, female British prime minister, has died. She was 87 and suffered a stroke after being in poor health for years.
Margaret Thatcher came to power in 1979 as an uncompromising conservative. Although she was dubbed it by naysayers, Margaret actually liked her "Iron Lady" nickname. After all, her ironclad strong will, motivation, and toughness helped her achieve her often-controversial accomplishments while in office. Whether it's been in speeches, books, or interviews, the chemist-turned-world leader Margaret was never shy about her personal opinions and political beliefs. Here are some of her most wise words about life, love, and being a powerful woman.