What's in this article:
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Stable URLs are the best choice for citations, for sharing online, or for sending to a broad audience.
When you are logged into JSTOR remotely through your institution, we will display a Remote Access URL, located below the stable URL, on the left side of the article page:
Directly next to the Remote Access URL there is a copy icon to automatically copy the URL to your clipboard with one click. Additionally, both URLs have a help icon, which will explain the best situation for using each link.