A property right in self-expression: equality and individualism in the natural law of intellectual property
Gordon, Wendy J.
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CitationWendy J. Gordon, A Property Right in Self-Expression: Equality and Individualism in the Natural Law of Intellectual Property, 102 Yale L.J. 1533, (1993). Archived in OpenBU at [uri].
A Chinese translation of this article appeared as 自我表达中的财产权利：自我表达中的财产权利：知识财产自然法中的平等和个人主义 in the Chinese journal Private Law (translators Xu Shanshan and Wangsui, under the direction of Professor Li Yang) (2008).
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