How the Constitution Invented Hollywood and Silicon Valley

March 9th, 2015
apple_watch_iphone_6_fullwidth.pngFew classes in law school are drier and more arcane than courses on patents and copyrights.  And while the debate about intellectual property includes the worlds of entertainment, literature and technology, we don’t often make the connections between those arcane laws, the Constitution that laid down their predicate and the creativity that they seek to protect.  But that is exactly what Elizabeth Wurtzel does in her new book Creatocracy: How the Constitution Invented Hollywood.

My conversation with Elizabeth Wurtzel: