McAnally, I, fl 1930-1950s. :Vulcan's Waterloo. The Standard, 18 February 1937.
Reference Number: A-313-2-003
The leader of the New Zealand National Party, Adam Hamilton, as a bemused blacksmith surrounded by broken machinery of 'unemployment', 'abandoned public works', 'slashed pensions', 'means test', 'starvation, stagnation, misery', 'wage cuts', and 'I. C. & A. Amendments' outside the 'New National (Coalition crossed out) Forge' or 'Legacy of the Forbes-Coates regime'.
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