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Creator
Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
Title
"It's clearly an allegorical representation of a principled and compassionate government prepared to rise above petty ego-politics in its determination to come to grips with the really tough issues" [Aborigines watching Robert Tickner operate a Punch and Judy show on Aboriginal health, with Carmen Lawrence as Judy and Brian Howe as Punch] [picture] / Pryor
Call Number
PIC Drawer 10011 #PIC/9195/11
Created/Published
1995
Extent
1 drawing : pen and ink on board ; image 22.4 x 35.4 cm., on board 25.4 x 38.1 cm.
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Pryor, Geoff. (1995). "It's clearly an allegorical representation of a principled and compassionate government prepared to rise above petty ego-politics in its determination to come to grips with the really tough issues" [Aborigines watching Robert Tickner operate a Punch and Judy show on Aboriginal health, with Carmen Lawrence as Judy and Brian Howe as Punch] Retrieved September 20, 2020, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-156927267

MLA citation

Pryor, Geoff. "It's clearly an allegorical representation of a principled and compassionate government prepared to rise above petty ego-politics in its determination to come to grips with the really tough issues" [Aborigines watching Robert Tickner operate a Punch and Judy show on Aboriginal health, with Carmen Lawrence as Judy and Brian Howe as Punch] : , 1995. Web. 20 September 2020 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-156927267>

Harvard/Australian citation

Pryor, Geoff. 1995, "It's clearly an allegorical representation of a principled and compassionate government prepared to rise above petty ego-politics in its determination to come to grips with the really tough issues" [Aborigines watching Robert Tickner operate a Punch and Judy show on Aboriginal health, with Carmen Lawrence as Judy and Brian Howe as Punch] , viewed 20 September 2020 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-156927267

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