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McLeod, Kembrew, 1970–
Freedom of expression® : overzealous copyright bozos and other enemies of
creativity / Kembrew McLeod.—1st ed.
1. Intellectual property—United States. 2. Copyright—United States.
3. Freedom of expression—United States. 4. Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.)—
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