- Those Loveable Peace-Nuts
(Comic) Thomas Dunphy, 1969)
- America's other five-star general Mike McCoy, Press Democract, Santa Rosa, Nov. 1, 1976
- No copyrights for characters
San Francisco EXAMINER, August 2, 1976
- General Waste-More-Land acquitted
Los Angeles Free Press, February 6, 1970
- Cotati deadlocks over request to proclaim town a monument. Independent Journal, San Rafeal, CA Aug. 11, 1976
- Cotati: The live-in National Monument Barbara Doherty, Cotati Call, Thursday, July 22, 1976
- Thomas Dunphy papers, 1960-2002. University of California, Berkeley, The Bancroft Library
- Deede....a poem by Thomas Dunphy 2000
- WASTEMORELAND PUTS DOWN ALASKA Berkeley Barb, March 13-19
General Waste More Land- Fighter for Socialism - Dunphy Claims U.S. Is 'Runaway Warfare State'
America has two five-star generals. One is retired Army Gen. William Westmoreland, a top military leader during the Korean and Vietnamwars and former chief of staff of U.S. armed forces.The other is the protege of "Gen. Hershey Bar."
Unlike his namesake, the burlesquish Waste-More-Land fights all his battles within the U.S. Waste-More-Land, aka Thomas Dunphy, dismayed by what he believes the U.S. has become-- "a country of the rich, by the rich and for the rich" - has entrenched himself for a hard-fought battle to turn the U.S. to socialism. Results of the battle, Dunphy believes ''is a life or death matter for this planet."