I can understand your point of view.Originally posted by Richard
If you try to attack spin when the ball is turning, meanwhile, the chances are you'll pay for it sooner rather than later, so I don't think attacking batting has made potentially good bowlers less so.
Though say these days with batsmen being more agressive and looking to score runs on almost every single ball, some spin bowlers for example in this situation may attempt to bowl the flipper and instead it may come out of the hand wrong or that they may bowl a full toss and it gets whacked for six.
Turn back time say some 35 years ago or more and there was no such thing as ODI's and the pressures that spin bowlers must be under these days, especially if they are bowling at the death in ODI's with batsmen looking to whack you every single ball, it does affect sipinners performances.
So I think that attacking batting has some part in affecting perfomances of current or past spinners.