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Pimps and Ferrets: Copyright and Culture in the United States,1831-1891

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Anderson, EA, Pimps and Ferrets: Copyright and Culture in the United States,1831-1891, BGSU-ACS, Bowling Green, pp. 238. (2010) [Authored Other Book]


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Abstract

The 19th century United States was rife with copyright-related controversy and excitement, including international squabbling, celebrity grandstanding, new technology, corporate exploitation, and ferocious arguments about piracy, reprinting, and the effects of copyright law. This scholarly book unpacks 19th century ideas and ideologies about the nature, function, and purposes of copyright. Based on the author's doctoral dissertation; formatted (A5) for easy printing; CC licensed.

Item Details

Item Type:Authored Other Book
Keywords:History, Copyright, United States, Nineteenth Century, Americana
Research Division:Law and Legal Studies
Research Group:Law
Research Field:Intellectual Property Law
Objective Division:Expanding Knowledge
Objective Group:Expanding Knowledge
Objective Field:Expanding Knowledge in History and Archaeology
Author:Anderson, EA (Dr Eric Anderson)
ID Code:95901
Year Published:2010
Deposited By:Research Division
Deposited On:2014-10-10
Last Modified:2017-04-06
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