Brockie, Bob :Market forces and the art of bicycle maintenance. 29 January 1993.
Reference Number: A-296-009
Three images of Ruth Richardson. In the first she is explaining the economy as if it were simple and adaptable bicycle gearing; in the second, she is riding a bicycle with no hands. The cycle has a pennant marked Economy and Richardson is exclaiming "Elegant. Runs itself. Stable. No articial support." In the third panel, tanks have shot down a wall marked US - EC trade wars, causing Richardson and her bicyle to crash, with the comment "But vulnerable to external distortion". The implication is that Richardson is oversimplifying economic issues. There is also a pun on the book title 'Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance'.
Brockie, Bob :[Editorial cartoons and Christmas card cartoons]. 1992/1993, Reference Number A-296-009/047 (4 digitised items)
Extent: 1 photocopy/iesPhotocopy, A4 size. Art works
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