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After a brief introduction on the early history of patents, Zipf discusses how the patent law was biased toward men and why "for female inventors, patent lawyers were a fact of life." The last part of the book is a summary of the role of women in the American arts and crafts movement in creating ceramics, glassware, utensils, and other art objects.
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