"Stop thief!" 21 February, 2004

"Stop thief!" 21 February, 2004
Date
2004
Ref
DCDL-0005143
Description
Shows National Party leader Don Brash stole a ladder labelled "Race" from underneath John Tamihere, who yelled out "Stop thief!" as he is falling. Cartoon refers to the increasing importance of race as a political issue. It points to the fact that New Zealand First is the first to raise the issue of racial separatism and heightened its importance, but National Party's leader Don Brash adopted the issue to increase the Party's popularity. Published in The Press, 21 February 2004 Arrangement: This cartoon file was originally delivered to the library within a sub-folder called "QANTAS2004". Quantity: 1 digital image(s). Processing information: This cartoon file was donated to the library with no file extension. On recommendation of the Digital Archivist and with the consent of the donor, a ".jpg" file extension was added to this file in order to ensure it was readable and accessible.
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Format
1 digital image(s), Works of art, Digital images, Cartoons (Commentary)
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