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For all Harvard affiliates, ProQuest ABI/INFORM Global provides access to the full text of Wall Street Journal from 1982 to the present in text only. To read full page images from 2008 to the present select ProQuest Digital Microfilm and for pdf pages from 1959 to 1998 see ProQuest Historical Newspapers.
In Factiva, select News Pages from the top horizontal menu, then Group Pages from the drop-down to see headlines from the WSJ, as well as NY Times, Boston Globe, and Washington Post. Browse by section or search by keywords.
For Law School affiliates, Lexis Advance provides access to the full-text from 1984 to the present and to article abstracts from June 1979 to 1983 (in plain-text only). Westlaw provides access to article abstracts only from 1973 to the present.
Harvard does not subscribe to the digital version of the WSJ, but students can purchase it at a discounted rate offered by the WSJ.
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