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Joseph Ward in his famous impersonation "Another Little Million
Won't Do Us Any Harm"
George Finey, Artists' Annual, 1928
Reference no: J-044-005
the 1928 election, wily old campaigner Joseph Ward misread his notes
- promising £70 million rather than £7 million, then
prevaricated when he saw the electorate had welcomed the news with
George Finey (1895-1987), one of Australia's highest paid
cartoonists in the 1920s, was famous - and increasingly notorious
- for his caricatures and pioneering of modern art.
New Zealand Cartoon Archive 2008-09-08