Moral Panics and the Copyright Wars | Our Republican Constitution | The Myth of the Andalusian Paradise | The Intimidation Game | Cornerstone of Liberty | Hollywood's Copyright Wars | The Grasping Hand | Is Administrative Law Unlawful? | Terms of Engagement
Claims that copyrights and patents are not property at all are in fashion in some quarters. This book's essays challenge those dubious claims. Unlike other works that offer a strictly pragmatic or utilitarian defense of IP rights, this book seeks to recover the Constitution's understanding of IP rights as ultimately grounded in the natural rights of authors and inventors.
About: Protection of intellectual property (IP) rights is indispensable to maintaining a vibrant economy, especially in the digital age as creativity and innovation increasingly take intangible forms.
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