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The Complete Current Scholarship Collection offers an average 9% total savings on all current journal content for the 2017 subscription year. The collection includes more than 200 titles from 46 leading publishers, providing seamless access to the full runs of journals on the JSTOR platform.*
Pricing for this collection is inclusive of discounts on publisher packages.