The article discusses creativity under intellectual property (IP) law in the U.S. and the U.S. Constitution. The author examines Article I of the U.S. Constitution which was the basis for the U.S. Congress' enactment of copyright and patent laws. He argues that large-scale collaborative projects are very common in the 21st century and are found in government, private, and university research markets.



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