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Two-up, Gallipoli and the ‘fair go’: why illegal gambling is at the heart of the Anzac myth

By Bruce Moore, Honorary Associate Professor in the School of Literature, Languages, and Linguistics, Australian National University
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Two-up used to be illegal - playing it now helps us remember the spirit of larrikinism and anti-authoritarianism central to the Anzac myth.The Conversation

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