Hodgson, Trace :The trouble with Jim (McLay) was that he was too brainy... He thought too much... He took all those nasty comments to heart... Whereas I can only see things straight in front of me and that's the direction I go. [Undated].
Reference Number: H-480-004
The cartoon shows Jim Bolger with a wind up key in his back. He is talking to the reader as Robert Muldoon watches on. Refers to Jim Bolger becoming deputy leader of the National Party after Jim McLay was ousted.
1 image, categorised under Caricatures and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Sir Robert David Muldoon, Trace Hodgson, New Zealand Times (Newspaper. 1981-1986), Rt Hon James Brendan Bolger, Listener (Periodical), New Zealand National Party, New Zealand - Politics and government and Leadership.
Hodgson, Trace :The trouble with Jim (McLay) was that he was too brainy... He thought too much... He took all those nasty comments to heart... Whereas I can only see things straight in front of me and that's the direction I go. [Undated]., Reference Number H-480-004 (1 digitised items)
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