The Moral Right of the Author

@inproceedings{Strauss1955TheMR,
  title={The Moral Right of the Author},
  author={William Strauss},
  year={1955}
}
IT IS FREQUENTLY SAID ABROAD that the "moral" right of the author, i.e., the right to safeguard his artistic reputation-as distinguished from the property aspects of his copyright-is not sufficiently protected in the law of the United States. Even American lawyers have expressed this opinion.' The alleged nonexistence of protection of the author's moral right has been considered one of the principal obstacles to adherence by the United States to the Berne and Washington Copyright Conventions… CONTINUE READING