NFT Number Three
The government, media and its agencies declared war on youth culture. As British youth discover themselves on warehouse dance-floors, the nation’s media prepared to destroy the emerging new culture. Event promoters are branded Mr Big’s, so called ravers are considered undesirable and the biggest campaign we’d seen since the miners strike was unleashed on the United Kingdom. Nowhere was this more apparent than national media outlets. Sensensationalised headlines dominated news print media for two years. Headlines engineered to manipulate public opinion by presenting Acid House as a national threat to young people. Wayne Anthony complied three hundred original newspaper headlines published between 1988 and 1990.
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