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Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :MMP alliances... Well, who wants to play with me? Sunday News, 28 January 1996.

Reference Number: A-316-2-022

The leader of the New Zealand National Party, Jim Bolger, as a small boy surrounded by the broken 'toys' of fisheries, superannuation, privatisation, health and education, asks the question 'Well, who wants to play with me?' Men representing the political parties ACT, United, New Zealand First, Labour and Alliance, run away as fast as they can.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Malcolm Walker, Rt Hon James Brendan Bolger, Alliance (Political party), New Zealand First (Political party), Sunday News (Newspaper), New Zealand National Party, United New Zealand (Political party), New Zealand Labour Party, ACT New Zealand (Political party), Mixed Member Proportional Representation, Political parties, Prime ministers, Privatization, Education, Elections, Public health, Pensions and Fisheries.

Part of:
Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Van der Voo (A-316-1), Malcolm Walker (A-316-2), Mark Winter (A-316-3), Neil Lonsdale (A-316-4)., Reference Number A-316 (18 digitised items)

Extent: 1 photocopy/iesA4 size photocopy.. Single art work

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