Open Access Movement

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Open Access Publishing - History
... as the intellectual blueprint of India's freedom movement ... The modern Open Access movement (as a social movement) traces its history at least back to the 1960s, but became much more prominent in the 1990s with the advent of the Digital Age ... to copy and distribute electronic data at no cost, the arguments for open access gained new importance ...

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