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Many of the book synopses were the genesis of the article on the same subject on Wikipedia. Some Wikipedians complained the synopses were solely to sell the book, others disagreed. The battle rages. We have reformatted and added content to the articles. The ones on our site carry a copyright to eCameron. The originals published on Wikipedia do not, per their policy.