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No law : intellectual property in the image of an absolute First Amendment

Author: David Lange; Jefferson Powell
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Law Books, 2009.
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The original text of the Constitution grants Congress the power to create a regime of intellectual property protection. The First Amendment, however, prohibits Congress from enacting any law that abridges the freedoms of speech and of the press. This book explores the tensions in these two conflicting provisions.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Lange, David, 1938-
No law.
Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Law Books, 2009
(DLC) 2008011828
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Lange; Jefferson Powell
ISBN: 9780804763271 0804763275
OCLC Number: 503050795
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 435 p.)
Contents: Part I. Intellectual property in America : the idea and its merits --
Unfair competition and trademarks --
Patents, copyright and neighboring rights --
Exclusivity versus appropriation : some questions and costs --
"Exclusive rights" and the Constitution --
Part II. Intellectual productivity and freedom of expression --
Foreshadows : International News Service versus the Associated Press --
Intellectual productivity and freedom of expression : the conditions of their coexistence --
Part III. The First Amendment in America : some chapters in a history of debate --
The origins of the First Amendment and the question of original meaning --
The Sedition Act of 1798 and the first First Amendment crisis --
Justice Holmes and the arrival of balancing --
Justice Black and the absolute First Amendment --
Part IV. The absolute First Amendment revisited : the amendment as a prohibition on power --
Constitutional absolutes in a Holmesian world --
Forward to the eighteenth century --
Part V. Summing up --
Intellectual property in the image of an absolute First Amendment.
Responsibility: David L. Lange and H. Jefferson Powell.

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