'Our last man and our last shilling': the Australian Labor Party's approach to war in 1914'
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This chapter explores the context of ALP Leader Andrew Fisher's statement, made in the federal election campaign of 1914, that Australians would 'stand beside our own and help and defend her to our last man and our last shilling'.
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