‘Hamilton’ Part II — Why Lin-Manuel Miranda Didn’t Really Need To Clear The Music — Forbes

Larry Iser’s article “‘Hamilton’ Part II — Why Lin-Manuel Miranda Didn’t Really Need To Clear The Music” was featured in Forbes on June 27, 2016. A follow-up to his previous piece on “Hamilton’s” many allusions to copyrighted music, the article discusses how Miranda’s references to Broadway and hip-hop classics constitute fair use.

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