Announcing digital edition of D.C. Evening Star, 1852-1922 (UNCLASSIFIED)

Willie Schatz profwriter24 at GMAIL.COM
Thu Mar 22 19:25:32 UTC 2012

I have access to Westlaw and L-N Academic through the University of Maryland.

Willie Schatz

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On Mar 22, 2012, at 13:51, Victor Steinbok <aardvark66 at GMAIL.COM> wrote:

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> Subject:      Re: Announcing digital edition of D.C. Evening Star, 1852-1922
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> Funny, the one subscription that I would really like to have is the
> academic Lexis or Westlaw (doesn't really matter which). Two other
> similar services (Louislaw and Kluiwer Legal) are too restricted to be
> useful.
> Perhaps those affiliated with universities with law schools can harass
> their campus reps into giving them one. The rest of us will just have to
> feel left out.
>     VS-)
> On 3/22/2012 1:39 PM, Mullins, Bill AMRDEC wrote:
>> And wouldn't it be nice if there were a way for people (such as myself)
>> who don't have access to institutional subscriptions to be able to
>> purchase an individual subscription.
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