How to get free access to JSTOR!

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According to Kevin Kelly,

“The New York Public Library is not the only major library to offer memberships to non-residents. If you live anywhere in California, I recommend getting a library card to the San Francisco Public Library, which is free, and which does give you access to the coveted JSTOR online journals. Only downside: you need to show up at the library in person to get your card.”

(via Strategic Board- a great search tool for blog posts)

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can you help me?
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JSTOR!
THANKS

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I an pursuing my phd course from India.........can i have a free acess to JSTOR

In Singapore, citizens and permanent residents can get free access to JStor through the National Library

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