Development of Inventions and Creative Ideas. Chapter 9
Rines, Robert H.
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While this book in some portions has covered a fairly large canvas, it has specifically dealt with the need to revamp the patent laws, or at least return their practice to the original intent of the founding fathers of the nation as stated in Article I of the Constitution. At this time, I would like to stress that this is but one small part of a much larger picture. In fact, if this picture were viewed as a work of pointlisne, that school of painting in which the whole is developed by the employment of thousands of small dots of color instead of brush strokes, patent reform would be but a single though arresting dot.
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