Copyrighting Culture: The Political Economy of Intellectual Property

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Index
ABC (network), 55, 83, 122, 141
Act for the Encouragement of Literature and Genius ( 1783), 25
Act for the Regulation of Printing of 1662, 20
Act of May31, 1790 (first U.S. copyright law), 27
Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement), 224-225
Akavan-Majid, Roya, and Gary Wolf, 44
Allen, Woody, 179
Allende Gossens, Salvador, 154
Alliance for Cultural Democracy, 240
Alliance of Motion Picture and Television
Producers (AMPTP), 239
ALPA. See Association de Lutte Contre le Piratage Audiovisuelle,l'
Althusser, Louis, 156
Altschull, Herbert, 44
American Association of Publishers, 221
American Enterprise Institute, 137, 198
American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers ( ASCAP), 169
AMPTR. See Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers
Annenberg, Walter H., 51
Anti-Piracy Federation ( Spain), 213
ASCAP. See American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
Ashcraft, Richard, 20
Association de Lutte Contre le Piratage Audiovisuelle, l' ( ALPA) ( France), 213
AT&T, 90, 123-124, 132, 137, 143, 144, 219
Authorship, 18-19, 239-240
Babe, Robert, and Conrad Winn, 107, 201
Bagdikian, Ben, 38, 153, 179, 196
Balbus, Isaac, 156
Balio, Tino, 102
Baran, Paul, 34
Bass, Robert, 52
Bass, Sid and Lee, 52, 55(table), 64
Batman, 41, 101
Beauty and the Beast, 87, 99
Bell, Daniel, 43
Bell Atlantic, 143
BellSouth, 143
Berle, Adolf, 43, 61
Berlusconi, Silvio, 193
Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Property, 198, 202, 204, 210, 214, 220, 221-223, 224-225, 241-242
Bernstein, Eduard, 42-43
Bertelsman, 194
Besen, Stanley, 80, 85, 103-106
Betamax case. See Sony v. Universal
Blackmun, Harry, 163, 177-178
Blockbuster Entertainment Corp., 92, 179, 212
Bowles, Samuel, and Richard Edwards, 47, 108-109
Brecher, Jeremy, and Tim Costello, 243
Breyer, Stephen, 105
Brown, James, 236
Bryan, William, 99
Brzensinski, Zbigniew, 190
Buba, Tony, 236
Buchanan, Patrick, 236
Buck v. Jewell-LaSalle Realty Company ( 1931), 130-131
Bugbee, Bruce, 17(nl), 22, 24, 26, 27
Bukharin, Nikolai, 34
Burch, Dean, 134-135
Burns, Christopher, and Patricia Martin, 102
Bush, George, 46, 64, 142, 208

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