We're still number one.
In the realm of intellectual property (IP) protection, that is.
That feels refreshing to say, especially given America's steady and tragically unnecessary decline in other measures of global leadership and prestige in recent years.
Moreover, as the global economy approaches what increasingly appears to be a dangerous precipice, America's IP exceptionalism doesn't just help explain why we've managed to weather the turbulence comparatively better than the economies of Europe, Japan and China. It also offers an encouraging sign that we'll continue…
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