On 1 April 1946 Walter Nash introduced a universal family benefit, paid out at 10 shillings ($36 in 2008) per child per week. Cartoonist Gordon Minhinnick saw this as a bribe and labelled the bait ‘over ripe tax concessions’.
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Cartoon by Gordon Edward George Minhinnick
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