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Many libraries have an arrangement with the Times for free access to the electronic edition that can be renewed. One library I'm a member of has 72-hour access, another has just 24-hour access.
You should be able to find if your library has the arrangement - and how to access - on the newspapers or digital resources page on your library's homepage.
On Thu, Aug 20, 2020 at 3:46 PM Jan Meisels Allen <janmallen@...
Stephen Katz said he could not read the NY Times article since he is not a subscriber. The NYTimes permits up to 5 free articles per month, I am also not a subscriber but I do use my 5 freebees each month when I find from my Google Alerts and other sources that there is an article of interest. Most, not all, of the US national newspapers, permit a limited free usage per month. You do have to register for the NY Times and other newspapers but not for the AP report which I was able to obtain by placing the title in subject line above in Google.com
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