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Bromhead, Peter, 1933- :New Zealand, the `Ritz' of the world. 25 March 1982.

Reference Number: A-322-095

The cartoon shows a sheep, representing the lamb and wool market, all tired out and down to its last ounce of energy. On top of the sheep is a basket called, `New Zealand, the `Ritz' of the world', in this basket is Muldoon and two people asking Muldoon why they are losing altitude. Refers to New Zealand being at the top of the world concerning the lamb and wool market in the early 1980s, the market then dived leaving New Zealand not so well off.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Sir Robert David Muldoon, New Zealand, International trade, Meat industry and trade and Wool industry - Prices.

Part of:
Bromhead, Peter, 1933- :One folder of original cartoons on New Zealand, Europe, trade and the E.E.C. published in the Auckland Star between 1979 and 1986., Reference Number A-322-092/098 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Ink on card. 190 x 260 mm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work

Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photocopies in ringbinders in preference to original.

Other copies available: Photocopy in public folders.

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