JSTOR is selling subscriptions to businesses and members of the general public. The fee “ranges from $19.50 for a monthly to $199.” Though it doesn’t look like a good deal at all. No access to articles published in the past three to five years. Users can only download 10 articles a month (120 a year max.). And access is only to 1,500 of JSTOR’s journals. Although I guess it might be useful for someone like a independent historian with a book contract, or perhaps an art auction house.

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