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Headlines from both sides of the Atlantic show Margaret Thatcher in death as she was in life: a person loved or loathed, depending upon your point of view.
A quote from Richard Longworth, former foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, has been repeated often since Thatcher's death was announced Monday: She was "perhaps the most admired, hated, fascinating, boring, radical and conservative leader in the Western world."
As President Obama was lauding the former British prime minister, others were dancing in the streets.
"Margaret Thatchers dead LOL," read a south London movie theater marquee, where Thatcher critics had climbed up to rearrange the letters. In western England, there was a street party that turned violent.