Brockie, Bob, 1932- :A new cure for your old inflationary ills. National Business Review [1978-1979].
- 1978 - 1979
- Brockie, Robert Ellison (Dr), 1932-; National Business Review Ltd
- Shows Sir Robert Muldoon, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, in butcher's apron, preparing a syringe of "Increased liquidity" for a patient, who wonders: "What happened to that coagulant you gave me back in 1967?" The domestic interior shows signs of poverty. Published in the National business review, 1978-79. Exhibited in 'Public Lives - New Zealand's Premiers and Prime Ministers 1856-2003 (Exhibition)', 2003. Published in 'Grant, Ian F. Public Lives - New Zealand's Premiers and Prime Ministers 1856-2003 (Book title)' 2003. Exhibited in 'A Bit of Cheek: The Many Faces of Muldoon' an exhibition organised by the New Zealand Cartoon Archive Trust in association with the Alexander Turnbull Library, late 1992-1994. Quantity: 1 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Ink drawing, on sheet 280 x 355 mm.
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- 1 original cartoon(s), Works of art, Ink drawings, Caricatures, Cartoons (Commentary), Portraits, Ink drawing, on sheet 280 x 355 mm., Orientation: Horizontal image
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