Lynch, James, 1947-: Culture clash. 23 June 1980
- Taranaki daily news (Newspaper)
Shows Prime Minister Rob Muldoon criticising the 'Mi-sex' band as being 'entertainment but not culture'. In the background is the Beehive. Context: Mi-sex were a popular punk style band who were criticised by the Prime Minister for being a low form of culture.
A 'James-eye view' cartoon.
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- Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times]
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