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Do you believe that JStor and other academic gateways are unfairly restricting access to research?


Aaron Shwartz's manifesto called for those with access to such resources to liberate and disseminate the information. Much of it was financed with government funds, and as such he believed that the research should be freely available. What do you think? What changes, if any, would you make to academic publishing?

 

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