PATENTS AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST by H. A. Toulmin

PATENTS AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The reading public is taken behind the scenes to see how the patent office works, and what it contributes -- and has contributed -- to the growth of American industrial life. There is a brief historical background; there is a factual survey of the good and the bad points of the system; there is an interesting birdseye view of the developments, with enough specific information to set spark to the imagination. A specialized book, with something of interest for many outside the field.

Pub Date: July 20th, 1939
Publisher: Harper