MARGARET THATCHER AT THE FRASER INSTITUTE - 1993 - 1 Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher addresses the controversy generated by a tabloid publishing hidden camera photographs of Princess Diana in a gym. "I do think it's not only the freedom you have, I do think it's the way and the discretion, and the courtesy and manners with which you use that freedom which also counts."
Date: November 8, 1993 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:30:00, With Audio
WWII FOOD RATIONING Shots of WWII food rationing in grocery stores and meat markets. CU of a store window sign explaining food rationing procedures. A store clerk shakes his head, "no" to a woman customer. Various market window signs declaring food outages, including "NO MILK", "NO EGGS" and one sign reading, "PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR BUTTER TODAY." Empty food shelves. Women purchasing food using ration stamps. CU of WWII ration stamps. A grocer counting ration stamps.
RACISTS GIVE DOLLARS TO KLAN 7The Klan holds a fundraiser at night attended by men in white sheets and other white men, women and at least one child in civilian clothing. CU of a leader in a black hood and robe gesturing as he asks for donations. Various shots of attendees walking up to speaker and handing over cash. CU of a fist holding paper money. A man counts the haul at a table.
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