Lynch, James, 1947-:Defeat for the Red Barons. 9 March 1981

Lynch, James, 1947-:Defeat for the Red Barons. 9 March 1981
Taranaki daily news (Newspaper)
Shows a dogfight between the Red Baron representing the silent majority' and a second plane flown by Jim Knox, leader of the Federation of Labour and a second man representing the 'militants'. Far below is another plane flown by PM Rob Muldoon. Context: Public anger at the constant industrial problems boiled over with protests and a march in Auckland which drew 37,000 protesters(the reference on the side of the aeroplane).The "Red barons" are Jim Knox and Bill Anderson. (Notes by cartoonist) Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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