Hodgson, Trace :What a nightmare! For a horrible minute there I thought I was the Prime Minister! [Undated].
Reference Number: H-480-006
The cartoon is in two parts. The first part shows David Lange being attacked by, Uncle Sam, representing the USA, Robert Muldoon, who is testing the sharpness of an axe, and the boots of a man representing rugby games against South Africa. The next part shows David Lange waking up in his bed petrified by the nightmare he has just had. Refers to the political problems facing New Zealand.
1 image, categorised under Caricatures and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Sir Robert David Muldoon, Trace Hodgson, New Zealand Times (Newspaper. 1981-1986), Rt Hon David Russell Lange, Listener (Periodical), Uncle Sam (Symbolic character), South Africa, United States, New Zealand, New Zealand - Politics and government, Political leadership and Rugby Union football.
Hodgson, Trace :What a nightmare! For a horrible minute there I thought I was the Prime Minister! [Undated]., Reference Number H-480-006 (1 digitised items)
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