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Evans, Malcolm, 1947- :Bearable. New Zealand Herald, 11 August 1977.

Reference Number: A-315-5-002

Four vignettes of the New Zealand Prime Minister, Robert Muldoon, confronting a bear representing Soviet Russia. Muldoon calls the bear in turn 'Hegemonist aggressor!', 'Revisionist! Imperialist!', 'Expansionist!' and finally 'Customer?' as he holds out a '$25 million meat re-order'. The bear does not react.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Clippings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Malcolm Paul Evans, Sir Robert David Muldoon, New Zealand Herald (Newspaper), Soviet Union, Bears, New Zealand - Foreign relations - Russia, International trade, Exports, Communism, Meat industry and trade and Imperialism.

Part of:
Evans, Malcolm, 1947- :Bearable. New Zealand Herald, 11 August 1977., Reference Number A-315-5-002 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 newspaper cutting.Newspaper cutting 145 x 200 mm.. Single art work

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