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Is it really all that important that Ken get that author's permission
to use his poem in a little newsletter? I don't think so. It seems
to me that if the poem was posted on the Internet all over the world,
it certainly would be legal to use it. If I recall correctly my "Lawa
of the Press" class in college, it's O.K., or at least it was back
then in the '70s.