Author sues the US Government for copyright infringement!

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An author and film-maker, J. Neil Schulman, wrote a novel in 1979 about the collapse of the American economy due to massive government overspending and pumping massive amounts of unbacked money and credit into the the system. Schulman claims the US government has stolen his plot!

How long before the Randians follow suit? I wonder. I’m only surprised they have not already filed suit.

Mouse-tip to Jeffrey Tucker at the Mises Institute blog (Kinsella, by the way, is a lawyer who is strongly opposed to copyright law in its present form).

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