Hubbard, Jim, 1949- :Dubya. U. S. President. The Dominion, 19 December 2000.
Reference Number: A-350-083
The President of the United States, George W. Bush, depicted as a simpleton, in enormous boots, representing the presidency, and wearing a badge inscribed 'Dubya', (his nickname, from his way of pronouncing his middle initial, W). He is holding up both hands in V for victory signs, and appears to be too small for the large boots he is wearing. Refers to doubts about the intellect and capacity of the newly-elected President.Exhibition caption reads - New Zealanders were generally puzzled by what almost (but not quite) 50% of voting Americans found to admire in their new president, George W. Bush.
1 image, categorised under Marker works and Cartoons (Commentary), related to George Walker Bush, 30 from 2000 : Cartoon exhibition., The Dominion (Newspaper. 1907-2002), United States, Presidents - United States - Election and United States - Politics and government.
Hubbard, Jim 1949-:47 original cartoons published variously in the Dominion, Bay of Plenty Times, Hawke's Bay Today, Southland Times during 2000., Reference Number A-350-039/086 (5 digitised items)
Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Marker pen drawing on A3 size paper. Image size 250 x 315 mm.. Horizontal imageArt works
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