I thought you might come back on the ENTJ statement, my point was that her decisions were based on objectively following certain economic theories not based on personalities. I don't know about the others you mentioned, but Hitlar wasn't an ENTJ.
Thanks for letting me know what I do or don't know about economics. I would rather you countered the statement rather than make those kinds of judgements. Thatcher's main opposition within her own party was from the wets that were part of the old boy networks. State controlled economies have failed time and again and the British economy in the 1970s was in the same situation. There are bound to be winners and losers when industries decline or rise. It's unfortunate for those people but those resources were better allocated elsewhere. Privately run organisations are just as well equipped to run any industry - what makes government so special? They were run privately before being nationalised after the second world war. There are privately owned coal mines, choices of substitute sources of power and if the business fails their assets can be bought by better run companies, if they are of any value and if there is a business there in the first place. If money isn't spent prices inevitably fall, which will generate demand. The government artifically generates supply and demand by subsidising industries, manipulating interest rates and pumping money into the economy. We have seen and are victim of the bubbles they generate. Often there are unforseen consequences to this type of tinkering.
ps. Thatcher was an Oxford University graduate.