Common As Air

Common as Air: Revolution, Art, and Ownership

★★★★★

Review:

This book is about copyright law and where it goes wrong in dismantling traditional European ideas of “the commons,” a delightful read. It checks so many boxes on the list of topics I like to read about: the American Revolution, the follies of the MPAA and RIAA, Bob Dylan’s creative process, the justifications for intellectual property. Highly recommended for a wide variety of people.

★★★★★
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