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You can read the entire book at It's been viewed 1,600 times already. Does it violate copyright laws, or is it a legal copy?

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If it were legitimate, I would expect to see something at the beginning about the image being provided with the permission of Lawrence Erlbaum publishing. I would not download it, but would only browse to determine if I'd want to buy. That being said, I pressed the DOWNLOAD button and saw the Scribd login. They are a document sharing site. The Wikipedia entry on them has:

On May 11, 2009, Motoko Rich, writing in the New York Times, reported on Scribd hosting pirated works.[7]

A class action lawsuit has been filed against Scribd, accusing it of calculated copyright infringement for profit.[8] :
Motoko Rich (2009-09-19). "Jammie Thomas lawyers file suit against Scribd". CNET


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