Access The Washington Post through library subscriptions

As many of you know, The Washington Post instituted a paywall on their website last month. Non-subscribers can read 20 articles online free and then are asked to subscribe for further access. The library subscribes to a number of databases that provide full-text access to articles published in The Washington Post.

Members of the Georgetown Law community can access The Washington Post through ProQuest and Press Display on the day of publication. ProQuest provides the full-text of the articles and Press Display provides a replica of the paper, with the articles as they appear in print. Press Display provides a 60 day archive of The Washington Post, while ProQuest provides articles back to 1996. The library also subscribes to the Historical Newspaper database with full-text access to the Washington Post back to 1877.

For more information on newspaper article research, please consult our Finding Newspaper Articles Research Guide. A reference librarian will be glad to assist you also.

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