Prime Minister Jim Bolger in the character of Don Quixote riding his horse Rosinante, whose saddle is inscribed World Court. He is holding a lance, pointing it towards a windmill, whose sails are in the shape of a nuclear warning sign. Refers to New Zealand's arguments to the World Court that nuclear weapons should be abandoned by all nations and to Don Quixote's 'tilting at windmills' or attacking giants against which it was impossible to struggle.
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- Clark, Laurence [Klarc] 1949- :Cartoons from The New Zealand Herald. 1 August 1995 to 31 August 1995. / Clark, Laurence [Klarc] 1949- :Cartoons from The New Zealand Herald. 1 August 1995 to 31 August 1995.
- 1 cartoon bromide(s), Works of art, Caricatures, Bromide on paper
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