Infamous anti-war protest float re-emerges as centrepiece for upcoming exhibition

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By Peter Brewer
Updated June 24 2019 - 12:08am, first published June 23 2019 - 2:00pm

Handmade from 20-litre oil drums and metal swimming pool walls scavenged from the Mugga Lane tip, then liberally coated with orange paint, a giant fist with a curious place in Canberra's protest history is poised to make its first public showing in almost 30 years.

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Peter Brewer

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