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Letter to the Editor
of THE AUSTRALIAN
Helen Trinca claims ('Bringing a cutting edge to counterculture', 6/9) that Richard Neville and Martin Sharp engaged in the Sixties in' a cultural adventure that helped shape a generation.' My own impression is that they have produced very little of lasting value. I thought at the time that they were largely phoneys and I still do. Shocking the bourgeois by means of deliberate rudeness and ugly mockery is no big deal.
NJ, Belgrave, Victoria