Drew Clark: Innovation debate between rival visions promotes progress and useful arts

““Innovation” is among the most highly prized civic and commercial virtues today. So much so that opposing sides in policy contests each claim its mantle. Nowhere is this truer than in now-bubbling debate on Capitol Hill in Washington over patent reform. This isn’t a battle of David against Goliath.

““Innovation” is among the most highly prized civic and commercial virtues today. So much so that opposing sides in policy contests each claim its mantle.

Nowhere is this truer than in now-bubbling debate on Capitol Hill in
Washington over patent reform. This isn’t a battle of David against
Goliath. It’s a battle of Goliath against Goliath.

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Patent reform seems to be a perennial issue before Congress. But to those who are closely observing, there are signs of strength, and the possibility that this will be the year for sweeping legistative change over patents.

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