30 J. Copyright Soc'y U.S.A. [xxiii] (1982-1983)
Table of Contents

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PART I. ARTICLES
The Harm of the Concept of Harm in Copyright: The
Thirteenth Donald C. Brace Memorial
Lecture .   .......................  David Ladd    421
A Reexamination of Cable Television's Compulsory
Licensing Royalty Rates: The Copyright Royalty
Tribunal and the Marketplace ........   Robert
Alan Garrett and Dale N. Hatfield                  433
The Joys of Copyright    ...........Ralph S. Brown      477
PART II. LEGISLATIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE DEVELOPMENTS
1. United States of America and Territories ................. 483
PART IV. JUDICIAL DEVELOPMENTS IN LITERARY AND ARTISTIC
PROPERTY
A. Decisions of U.S. Courts
1. State Court Decisions      ..........   ............. 489
B. Decisions of Foreign Courts
1. Austria     ...................................... 491
2. Belgium                     .................................. 492
3. Netherlands ................................ 493
4. New Zealand      ......................    ........ 493
PART V. BIBLIOGRAPHY
A. Articles from Law Reviews and Copyright Periodicals
1. United States    ................................. 494
B. Articles Pertaining to Copyright from Magazines
1. United States                 .............................. 498
2. Foreign
GreatBritain      .........................  ..... 514
PHOTOGRAPH
David Ladd, United States Register of
Copyrights............................................preceding  421

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