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Bromhead, Peter, 1933- :New Zealand's biggest social problem. 23 October 1981.

Reference Number: A-330-081

The cartoon shows an iceburg, the tip of which represents New Zealand's biggest social problem. The iceburg is much bigger under the surface of the water. A man has arrived at the iceburg in a row-boat, representing the drink drive blitz. The man is trying to melt the iceburg with a tiny blow torch. Refers to alcohol being New Zealand's biggest social problem and government attempts to control drunk driving having little effect.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Traffic accidents, Alcohol, Drunk driving and Roads - Law and legislation.

Part of:
Bromhead, Peter, 1933- :[One folder of original cartoons concerning New Zealand politics. Published in the Auckland Star, October - December 1981.], Reference Number A-330-077/095 (5 digitised items)

Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Ink on card, 275 x 200mm.. 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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