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November 2017

This month, The Drum has anger issues. We bring you the results of BMB’s research into what’s making us angry, we speak to the ever-outrageous Johnny Rotten about how anger fuels his art, and we catch up with Black Lives Matter to find out how it remains so resolute despite Kremlin-led attempts to stoke racial tensions. Meanwhile, some of the industry’s brightest minds, from Farrah Bostic to Anna Carpen, tell us what’s pissing them off, and we take a closer look at some of the creative campaigns from the past year that really got the public raging. 

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