Copyrighting Culture: The Political Economy of Intellectual Property

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lost a lot of momentum as many activists managed to penetrate the system and achieve comfortable, middle- and upper-class social status. Similarly, the middle and upper social classes play a conservative role in Third World countries, perpetuating the dramatic inequalities in the distribution of wealth and power found there. Global solidarity struggles must stress that genuine freedom, democracy, and justice cannot be achieved without significant improvement in the basic rights of all humanity. This is the common goal for which popular resistance should strive.


Notes
1
Marx concept of "ruthless criticism" was revived by William S. Solomon and Robert W. McChesney as the organizing concept for their edited collection on the history of communication in the United States. See Ruthless Criticism: New Perspectives in U.S. Communication History, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993.
2
JA Reid, "Rough Cuts", In These Times, February 6, 1991, p. 20.
3
Jeffrey Ressner, "The Songs Remain . . . Insane", Rolling Stone, November 15, 1990, p. 34.
4
Pat Aufderheide, "From Rustville to Tinseltown", In These Times, September 13, 1989, pp. 24, 22.
5
Tony Buba, Interview with Author, January 18, 1995; M. Heather Hartley, Coproducer, Interview with Author, April 26, 1996.
6
Miles Seligman and Cymbre Simpson, "Behind Right-Wing Campus Newspapers", Extra! September 1991, p. 9.
7
John Zeh, "Far Right Calls Bush Closet Gay Supporter", Guardian ( New York), March 11, 1992, p. 7.
8
Susan Heller Anderson, "Intellectual Property", New York Times, October 17, 1990, p. B5.
9
Joanne Lipman, "Godfather of Soul Sues over Molson Spot", Wall Street Journal, April 30, 1992, p. B8.
10
Jeffrey Ressner, "Sampling Amok?" Rolling Stone, June 14, 1990, pp. 103, 105.
11
J. D. Considine, "Larcenous Art?" Rolling Stone, June 14, 1990, p. 107-108.
12
Keith D. Miller, Voice of Deliverance: The Language of Martin Luther King Jr. and Its Sources, New York: Free Press, 1992.
13
Stewart Brand, "Keep Designing: How the Information Economy Is Being Created and Shaped by the Hacker Ethic", Whole Earth Review, May 1985, pp. 44-55.
14
G. Pascal Zachary, "Free for All: Richard Stallman Is Consumed by the Fight to End Copyrighting of Software", Wall Street Journal, May 20, 1991, pp. R23, R24.
16
Amy Stevens, "Peggy Lee Gets Damage Award in Disney Suit", Wall Street Journal, March 21, 1991, pp. B1, B7.
18
Deirdre Carmody, "Writers Fight for Electronic Rights", New York Times, November 7, 1994, p. B20.
19
Carmody, p. B20.

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