Walker, Malcolm, 1950-:[Don Brash and John Key collude] 4 May 2011

Walker, Malcolm, 1950-:[Don Brash and John Key collude] 4 May 2011
Date
2011
Ref
DCDL-0017795
Description
Former leader of the National Party Don Brash and PM John Key stand back to back holding pop guns that have just been fired. Former ACT leader Rodney Hide clushes his wounded backside and rushes away. Context - Don Brash has ousted Rodney Hide and taken over his role as leader of the the ACT Party in a bloodless coup (hence the pop-guns). The cartoon suggests collusion with John Key. The ACT Party now has both Roger Douglas, the creator of 'Rogernomics' the financial reforms in 1984 that introduced deregulation and a reliance on the markets for economic growth, and Don Brash who is a follower of that line of thinking. Their influence on the National Party in probable coalition arrangements will pull New Zealand further to the political right. Title provided Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Digital cartoons / Digital cartoons published in the Dominion Post
Format
1 digital cartoon(s), Works of art, Digital images, Cartoons (Commentary)
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