Religion: Christian Science v. Senators

When the Vestal Copyright Revision Bill was choked to death (along with much other legislation) at the filibustered end of the 71st Congress (TIME, March 16), much regret was felt by all persons interested in bringing U. S. Copyright into line with that of the rest of the civilized world as embodied in the International Copyright Union (Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary & Artistic Works). A group which had special reason to resent the filibusterings of Senators King (Utah), Dill (Washington) and Thomas (Oklahoma), was the First Church of Christ,...

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