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Intellectual Property and Its Discontents
This article argues that recent efforts to weaken intellectual property protections for drugs used heavily in the Third World, like those fighting HIV/AIDS, are wrongheaded. He contends that strong intellectual property rights spur innovation which leads the wide dissemination of new discoveries.
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