Scott, Thomas, 1947-:Great baloney moments in history. Dominion Post, 1 June 2005.
Reference Number: DX-025-124
Shows three famous characters, each making the speech for which they are remembered, but each speech being parodied by the use of the word, 'baloney'. The characters are, Moses, who is holding tablets of stone on which are written the ten commandments, Dr Martin Luther King and Sir Winston Churchill. Refers to Don Brash's attempts to sound more authoritative and tough by using the word, 'baloney'.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings, Caricatures and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Dr Donald Thomas Brash, Sir Winston Churchill, Thomas Scott, Martin Luther King, Moses (Biblical leader), The Dominion Post (Newspaper), New Zealand - Politics and government and Speeches, addresses, etc..
Scott, Thomas, 1947-:Great baloney moments in history. Dominion Post, 1 June 2005., Reference Number DX-025-124 (1 digitised items)
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