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How can I read "Winners and Losers in Industrial Recruitment: Mercedes-Benz and Alabama" from JSTOR in full?

A student had found this article from the journal State & Government Review online and the site referred him to JSTOR to read the entire article. However, JSTOR would only let him view one page.
Last Updated: Feb 09, 2015  |  0 Views
 
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Upon looking at the first page of the article on JSTOR, I noticed several "log-in" prompts that would allow us to view the whole article even though I was already logged into the Central page. Neither I nor Kyle could log-in via these prompts and could not view or print the whole article. Kyle thought the student could place the article on a virtual shelf using MyJSTOR which allows three articles to be "shelved" and read in full without subscribing to anything. He recommended that to the student.
Answered by Mackenzie Uhlenhopp

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