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October 14, 2010
"Pimps and Ferrets" and U.S. Copyright
Long-time Copyfight reader Eric Anderson has been working for years on the history of copyright within the U.S. with a particular focus on the 19th century. He recently sent me a note to let everyone know that he's put his book Pimps and Ferrets: Copyright and Culture in the United States, 1831-1891 up on archive.org under a Creative Commons license that makes it free for non-commercial use.
On a personal note, Eric mentioned that he's left academia and we wish him well in all his future endeavors.
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