On Mon, 10 Oct 2005, Mike Richter wrote:

> Karl Miller wrote:
> > How can this be changed? I would suggest that, like any unenforceable law,
> > like prohibition, change comes from the populace pushing the envelope.
> Permit me to suggest that "the populace" does not give a tinker's dam
> about this issue; that even the Elvis addicts are too few to support the
> industry; above all that the irresistible force of money will contiue to
> move the legislature against the broader interests of society.

Ok, the populace of this list...

Yet, the copyrights do provide some considerations to libraries and
research use.

So, what should I write my congress person? I wonder if there could be
enough agreement, even in the library world, to present a united front?