The Dubya junta had learned the lessons of the 60s, where music had given the youth of America a platform to oppose the draft, the Vietnam War and support many other social causes such as the civil rights movement of Martin Luther King. They would not make the same mistake that had been made by the Johnson and Nixon administrations of the middle to late 60s. They had a war to fight in Afghanistan, with plans for Iraq, Iran and Syria to follow. Reinstituting the draft would be a public relations disaster for them, but they needed young bodies to die for their lies. Electronic dance music was the single most threatening social movement that could interfere with their plans.