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Leonard Read: What Makes Ideas Different?

In a recent blog post, Leonard Read on Copyright and the Role of Ideas, I mentioned Leonard Read’s perspicacious comments on the topics of copyright and intellectual property, in his 1972 book To Free or Freeze, in the short chapter 18, “On Plagiarism.” That chapter ran today as a Mises Daily article: What Makes Ideas Different?

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