The end of World War I brought to Australians not tranquillity but unrest and anxiety, political, economic, cultural (a sense of being swamped by alien influences) and moral. Bolshevism threatened all, and explained to the establishment nearly every act of working-class defiance. (Thomas Keneally, Australians: Flappers to Vietnam (2014), p. 1)

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