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Introduction

Copyright should be and be seen to be an instrument by means of which the flow of literary and educational materials between countries is eased rather than restricted. This intentionally short and inexhaustive guide to the basic principles and workings of copyright, and to the relationship between author and publisher, has been compiled primarily from the point of view of the needs and aspirations of authors and publishers in developing countries.

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