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Good question!

I wouldn't like to say yes or no, but if it is legal it will either be because the material is out of copyright or you can invoke "Fair Use". These sites might give you some idea on the latter:

http://www.cetus.org/fair5.html (full text of the fair-use statute from
the U.S. Copyright Act & guidelines)

http://www.swarb.co.uk/lawb/ipFairUse.html (Copyright&fair use UK)

http://law.gov.au/clrc/gen_info/clrc/clrc%20report/chapter5.html (US, UK
& Australia overview)

http://www.utsystem.edu/ogc/intellectualproperty/copypol2.htm (rules of
thumb)

Andrew James Horton
Culture Editor
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