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After decades of professional dissatisfaction and legislative debate, the Congress in 1976 passed a new copyright act to replace the Copyright Act of 1909. In this book, the author focuses upon the meaning of the 'exclusive rights' Constitutional language where writers are concerned, and from his analysis, shows how, when copies of an author's work are made under either th After decades of professional dissatisfaction and legislative debate, the Congress in 1976 passed a new copyright act to replace the Copyright Act of 1909. In this book, the author focuses upon the meaning of the 'exclusive rights' Constitutional language where writers are concerned, and from his analysis, shows how, when copies of an author's work are made under either the fair-use doctrine or a special exemption for library reproduction of copyrighted works, the 1976 Act has failed to solve old problems and has introduced troublesome new ones.


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After decades of professional dissatisfaction and legislative debate, the Congress in 1976 passed a new copyright act to replace the Copyright Act of 1909. In this book, the author focuses upon the meaning of the 'exclusive rights' Constitutional language where writers are concerned, and from his analysis, shows how, when copies of an author's work are made under either th After decades of professional dissatisfaction and legislative debate, the Congress in 1976 passed a new copyright act to replace the Copyright Act of 1909. In this book, the author focuses upon the meaning of the 'exclusive rights' Constitutional language where writers are concerned, and from his analysis, shows how, when copies of an author's work are made under either the fair-use doctrine or a special exemption for library reproduction of copyrighted works, the 1976 Act has failed to solve old problems and has introduced troublesome new ones.

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