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Authors, publishers, and politicians: the quest for an Anglo-American copyright agreement, 1815-1854 [by] James J. Barnes.

Columbus, Ohio State University Press [1974] .
ISBN 9780814202104, 0814202101

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George Washington
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Washington Law (American)
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Subjects Copyright -- Great Britain -- History.
Copyright -- United States -- History.
Copyright, International.
Great Britain.
United States.
Description xv, 311 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. The depression of 1837-43 and its implications for the American book trade -- II. British periodicals in America -- III. Copyright in and out of Congress, 1815-42 -- IV. Further efforts to influence the American Congress, 1842-51 -- V. The impact of foreign reprints on the domestic British book trade -- VI. Efforts to influence Parliament, 1838-44 -- VII. The Canadian market -- VIII. The British law courts : a possible remedy for the absence of international copyright -- IX. American lobbyists in the early 1850s -- X. The organization -- XI. Bribery, or the necessary expenses of Congressional action : November 1851-February 1853 -- XII. The need for Senate ratification : February 1853-June 1854.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Great Britain
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)979294
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Barnes, James J.
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