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The public domain: enclosing the commons of the mind

2009 ChoiceReviews  
If I take the central arguments from your book and completely reword them, or if I present a series of facts you uncovered as an historian and include them in my own book without attribution, you may accuse  ...  Greene, "Copyright, Culture & Black Music: A Legacy of Unequal Protection," Hastings Communications & Entertainment Law Journal 21 (1999): 339-392. There is much, much more.  ...  The market was allowed to develop and evolve without premature legal intervention or proprietary technological lockout.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.46-6473 fatcat:xnktaofvfvb3fhdngfjgq2ph74

Naturalism in American Fiction: The Classic Phase

Joseph R. McElrath, John J. Conder
1985 American Literature  
have the upper hand: "I'll tell you one thing though the lockout is a wonderful thing for the contractors.  ...  He cannot share art with Aileen, but he can with Berenice, for it is their "one god in common" so that "his mind was fixed on things beautiful as on a shrine" (T, 382, 440, 442) .  ...  (See "Dickens, Romance, and Me Teague: A Study in Mutual Interpretation," Essays in Literature 1 [Spring 1974]: 69-82).  ... 
doi:10.2307/2926380 fatcat:43cbsuh2crewjkwcnp7v2a4fqu

Christianity and the Social Crisis (1907) [chapter]

2018 Reading Christian Theology in the Protestant Tradition  
Impossibility of any social propaganda in the first centuries. Postponement to the Lord's coming. Hostility to the Empire and its civilization.  ...  The passing of these causes in modern life. Conclusion CHAPTER V THE PRESENT CRISIS A prelude. The industrial revolution. The land and the people. Work and wages. The morale of the workers.  ...  charity patients elsewhere without giving any notice whatever to the relatives.  ... 
doi:10.5040/ fatcat:oersrpgnebfdjdns7xg5ydlriu

Satire and Society in Wilhelmine Germany: Kladderadatsch and Simplicissimus, 1890-1914

Gary D. Stark, Ann Taylor Allen
1985 American Historical Review  
Perceptive observers attributed this elaborate role-playing to the lack of confidence of a nation without a secure sense of identity.  ...  With joy we wait at the Historic Shrines, In hopes of hearing some immortal lines.  ...  35; and Palestine issue, 39 53-60; and Daily Telegraph affair, 59; entourage of, 63-66; cult of, 73-76; and welfare legislation, 81 106 Zukunft, Die, [11] [12] Zwickau-Crimmitschau lockout  ... 
doi:10.2307/1859750 fatcat:p7ai6a5huvehfjvtgurvtxsqnu

Ships That Sail No More: Marine Transportation from San Diego to Puget Sound, 1910-1940

John Haskell Kemble, Giles T. Brown
1967 Journal of American History  
line concedes the point of submerging its own identity in the big merger.  ...  For that reason they have been patiently marking time pending promises of settlement.  ...  CIPAL VESSELS IN THE PACIFIC COASTWISE TRADE THE TONNAGE and hull dimensions given in this list are to be found in the List of Merchant Vessels prepared by the Bureau of Navigation.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1900405 fatcat:5szu6tcmifb3vg5fu7ejehizze

Human Migration: A Guide to Migration Literature in English, 1955-1962

Daniel O. Price, J. J. Mangalam, Cornelia Morgan
1969 Social Forces  
Scale of dissatisfaction of having a mental patient in the household.  ...  same level as in the past will not be without its difficulties. . ..  ... 
doi:10.2307/2575508 fatcat:eex5ktgpfbb47ng3gvvhjqqnoq

The nature of Turkish authoritarianism; 1934-1945

Cihan Celik
In Islamic context, it means the collective circumambulation around the Kabaa, the holiest shrine of Islam which is located in Mecca.  ...  An 169 Ahmad, The Making Of Modern Turkey, pp 93-97. 170 Keyder, State and Class in Turkey, Article 72 of the law stated that "strike and lockout are forbidden."  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00026486 fatcat:gju4gqi6mrcx7capl6c4aemjoa

K–O [chapter]

2021 Dictionary of World Biography  
A guerilla and bandit for 30 years, his forces overthrew *Mobutu in July 1997 and he became President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).  ...  Assassinated in January 2001 by his bodyguard, 135 people were tried, mostly convicted but apparently not executed. His son Joseph Kabila Kabange (1971-) was President of the DRC 2001-19.  ...  Lenin's embalmed body was displayed in a mausoleum in Red Square, Moscow, which became a national shrine visited by thousands daily.  ... 
doi:10.22459/dwb.2021.06 fatcat:vmshfpjaxzgldcqatjrznpujay

Silk Stockings and Socialism: Class, Community, and Labor Feminism in Kensington, Philadelphia, 1919-1940 [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Kenneth L. Kusmer
, that played an important role in the establishment of the CIO, the New Deal, and labor-based feminism.  ...  In several places, working-class men and women continued to advance throughout the period of perceived "doldrums."  ...  in their Chicago plant (until 1942); see Daniel Sidorick, Condensed Capitalism: Campbell Soup  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/2369 fatcat:hdjrgttp6zcadf74vp2bjiwwby

Rewolucja: Russian Poland, 1904–1908

Robert E. Blobaum
Peasants also constructed several roadside shrines and crosses without official permission in what the state considered to be Russian Orthodox communes.59 In Augustow County of Suwalki Province, fo rmer  ...  In December, the first month of the lockout, 57 persons fe ll victim to the fratricidal struggle in L6dZ.104 Before the lockout ended in May 1907, the interparty warfare had taken another 316 casual ties  ...  Why, then, did the " state of war" remain in effect, indeed, for another three years?  ... 
doi:10.7298/4nx7-p489 fatcat:gv3b6pakojflxdusb5aqdrk76e

The Russian Orthodox presence in Australia: The history of a church told from recently opened archives and previously unpublished sources

Michael Protopopov
that the Russian Church was able to establish a diocese in Australia, and later in New Zealand.  ...  The Russian Orthodox community is a relatively small and little known group in Australian society, however, the history of the Russian presence in Australia goes back to 1809.  ...  However, in 1924 he found work in Shanghai and moved to the port city.  ... 
doi:10.4226/66/5a94add85e49e fatcat:aakborcidngitbslerubysyeya

The Daily Texan [article]

University Of Texas At Austin, Austin, The University Of Texas At
Texas AAM and SMU also show ed big gains in touchdown I scoring, while A rkansas, Rice and Baylor scored the identical n u m b er they counted in I960.  ...  Shaving instruments: Which gives'the greatest skin protection?  ...  t nation in the assem bly.  ... 
doi:10.26153/tsw/29357 fatcat:u445byuvund3bagxcm6wumtzgy

Yang_columbia_0054D_11665.pdf [article]

Most were sold in temples and shrines or along streets near these places of worship.  ...  in Japanese Dairen and the Kwangtung Leased Territory observed in the blood cells of patients suffering from the disease.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d83f4wz8 fatcat:wqkhg2nj5jcl7khm65jszpuzee

Publication practice and the perception of British and Irish literature in the former German Democratic Republic between 1949 and 1989

Volker Jansen
the socio-cultural dimensions of the reception of British literature in the GDR between 1949 and 1989.  ...  The purpose of this study is to investigate the cultural, political and ideological objectives that led to the issuing of British and Irish literature in the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and to analyse  ...  What then are the powers of literature in a system devoid of formal legal protection with regards to freedom of speech and publication?  ... 
doi:10.26174/thesis.lboro.11663862 fatcat:6z5xzwwlofg3blywxgy4b4rkrq


Roland Clark, William Chase, Árpád Von Klimó, John Markoff, Lara Putnam, Dissertation Advisor, Irina Livezeanu, Roland Clark
2002 unpublished
Anti-Semitic violence increased in the universities in 1922, and extremist students engaged in mob violence, vandalism, and assassination.  ...  It changed activists' everyday activities and life trajectories in profound ways.  ...  Her own research has shaped the early chapters of this dissertation in important ways, and her editing and wise advice are responsible for preventing any number of errors and misinterpretations in the  ...