New LCM Celebrates Copyright

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New Issue Celebrates Copyright Office at 150

LCM Sept-Oct 2020 coverThe September-October issue of the Library of Congress Magazine marks a major milestone: the 150th anniversary of copyright at the Library. Also, copyrighting the Statue of Liberty; why copyright protects the great American novel but not a selfie taken by a monkey; and Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz discusses the importance of copyright to creators.

Also available: the July-August issue of LCM, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II and the service of the men and women who fought it. Plus, a one-of-a-kind map, made by Japanese pilots, details the damage inflicted at Pearl Harbor; the Manuscript Division preserves the photo albums of Gen. George S. Patton; and Pulitzer Prize winner Rick Atkinson discusses a war whose consequences continue to unspool more than seven decades later.

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