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Against Intellectual Monopoly

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Against Intellectual Monopoly
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0521879280
ISBN-13: 9780521879286
Number of pages: 325

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This book has broad coverage of both copyrights and patents and is designed for a general audience, focusing on simple examples. The authors conclude that the only sensible policy to follow is to eliminate the patents and copyright systems as they currently exist.

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