- Smith, Ashley W, 1948-; MG business - mercantile gazette (Periodical)
- Shows a worm sitting on a throne wearing a crown. Worshippers are prostrated on the ground in front of it and Helen Clark and Don Brash are on their knees making offerings to it. Refers to the use of 'the worm', a device on TV, to show public approval ratings for politicians and how it affected public opinion and voting in the general election. Cartoon used as cover illustration for a story titled 'The contest for political market share'. Quantity: 1 digital image(s).
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