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Old 06-26-2004, 03:55 PM   #2
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My university subscribes to netlibrary. After reading your post, I decided that I should probably finally check it out. They have 3,407 publicly available books, and it looks like ~500 that my univ pays for which seem to be in ranges from health to public policy -- both big prof schools on campus.

The publicly available books seem to be just that -- and they even source Project Gutenberg for many of them.

I suppose that if your library doesn't subscribe to the materials you want, you're SOL. Maybe your local library coughs up for more than my university... Who knows?
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