Evans, Malcolm, 1947- :Give me your (tired) old (poor), wealthy, (huddled) selected masses yearning to breathe (free) money into our ecomonomy. New Zealand Herald, 14 October 1998.
- Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945-; New Zealand herald (Newspaper)
- New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley as the Statue of Liberty, holding a tablet reading 'NZ immigration policy' and with the words inscribed on the Statue of Liberty changed from 'Give me your tired, poor, huddled masses yearning to be free' into 'Give me your old, wealthy, selected masses yearning to breathe money into our economy'. Quantity: 1 newspaper cutting.. Physical Description: Newspaper cutting 156 x 222 mm.
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- Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Hiscocks (A-315-1), T. Lloyd (A-315-2), various artists from the "Ladies' Journal", "The Freelance", "New Zealand Graphic" and "Melbourne Punch" (A-315-3), Nisbet (A-315-4-001/012) and Malcolm Evans (A-315-5).
- 1 newspaper cutting., Works of art, Cartoons (Commentary), Newspaper cutting 156 x 222 mm.
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