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What's Wrong with Anzac?
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Henry Reynolds is one of Australia's best known and most widely read historians. He is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Tasmania. His sustained and meticulous research has played a major part in the political and legal milestones, the Mabo and Wik judgements. Professor Reynolds' books include With the White People (1990), Fate of a Free People (1995), This Whispering in Our Hearts (1998), Why Weren't We Told? (1999, 2000), Fate of a Free People and Nowhere People

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"Here a group of distinguished Australian historians, for the first time, mount a brisk critique of an idea--'Anzac'--that has for too long been unchallenged." --Dr. Peter Stanley, director, Center for Historial Research at the National Museum of Australia

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