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The Patent Controversy in the Nineteenth Century

@inproceedings{Istory2007ThePC,
  title={The Patent Controversy in the Nineteenth Century},
  author={Onomic Istory},
  year={2007}
}
T HE patent system has lately been subjected to investigations by committees of Congress, and reforms have been proposed to meet some of the most serious criticisms. In recent publications commenting on these discussions it has been suggested that opposition to the patent system is a new development. A writer of a "history of the patent monopoly" asserted that "there never has been, until the present time, any criticism of this type of exclusive privilege,"1 and he attributed the allegedly new… Expand
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