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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Join my war to end Iraqi brutality! New Zealand Herald, 11 March, 2003.

Reference Number: DX-002-220

Uncle Sam rides to war in a tank with the comanionship of a British bulldog, which sits in the smaller gun tower below him. Uncle Sam is holding a placard. A Suadi man with a cane that is dripping with blood makes his excuse for not joining the war. Refers to the United State's hypocricy in damning human rights abuses in Iraq, yet continuing to support Saudi Arabia, a country which is blatently out of line with human rights accords.

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1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Malcolm Paul Evans, Uncle Sam (Symbolic character), New Zealand Herald (Newspaper), Saudi Arabia, United States, Iraq, Violence, Emblems, National, Tanks (Military science), Political corruption, United States - Foreign relations - Iraq, Bulldog, War and Human rights.

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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Join my war to end Iraqi brutality! New Zealand Herald, 11 March, 2003., Reference Number DX-002-220 (1 digitised items)

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