Scott, Tom, 1947- :Eighty-eight cartoon bromides published in the Evening Post, 30 September 1999 - 29 February 2000.

Date
1999 - 2000
By
Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.)
Ref
H-606
Description
88 cartoons on social and political issues. The topics include student loans and voting, East Timor violence, Jonah Lomu, NZ elections, politics and rugby, Doug Graham, national pride and rugby, children and television, Pakistan politics, the All Blacks, the Alliance at the elections, compulsory military service advocated by Winston Peters, National/Labour health policies, Max Bradford on university campus and peacekeeping, removal of tariffs, television and the world cup, Helen Clark apparently supporting a Green candidate, Winston Peters and coalition partners, election poll results, meat industry, rugby (France vs NZ), rugby world cup, Winston Peters as political dinosaur, list MPs, Winston Peters's supporters, gay issues in politics, NZ First and election policies, electoral advertising, Labour-Alliance coalition, NZ First sinking, excuses for poor performance in rugby and surgery, the Green party, economic growth and political performance, National's poll results, Russia and Chechen terrorism, similarity between party policies, women in politics, political corruption and immigration, Helen Clark's pre-election confidence, Winston Peters comeback, David Lange's alcoholism, drinking age lowered, Helen Clark and Jim Anderton, slow vote counting, the Mars lander, gender difference in education, Greens in parliament, Winston Peters small majority, minority government, beech logging, opposition media training, Labour defence review, Richard Prebble's loss in Wellington Central electorate, Helen Clark's political style, Titewhai Harawira and marae speaking rights, new cabinet ministers, Jim Anderton and TV sports, the Reserve Bank and the NZ economy, Helen Clark to avoid Waitangi, name suppression in American millionaire cannabis charges, Police Commissioner Doone out, Doone in PM's dept, Shipley on Doone, pension goes up, news readers' salaries, builings on Lambton Harbour, Marion Hobbs and TVNZ, destruction of Grozny, national socialism in Austria, Waitangi Marae in 2000, low wages for medical staff, treaty settlement payouts, Jim Anderton as political dinosaur, TV stars' salaries, the F16 aircraft deal, attacks on TVNZ/Paul Holmes, WINZ, Nandor Tanczos and alcohol in parliament, the Americas Cup, NZ cricket, smoking in Australian cricket team, new broadcasting boss, Helen Clark's popularity. Quantity: 88 cartoon bromide(s). Physical Description: Bromides, various sizes.
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Format
88 cartoon bromide(s), Works of art, Gelatin silver prints, Cartoons (Commentary), Caricatures, Bromides, various sizes.
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