Plagiarism In 1918

From the September 1918 issue of The Authors’ League Bulletin:

This is a bit difficult to read but it’s as much as I could enlarge it without it degrading into pixels:


Originals:

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  1. I also noted with interest that “10 Story Book” paid authors six dollars per story in 1917. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, that’s equivalent to $107.53 in 2012. However since the article says they had not changed their rates since 1900, by 1917, authors being paid that $6 had lost almost half of their purchasing power with it. With six dollars in 1900 you could buy about the same as you can with $172.41 today.

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