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Answered By: Michael Pujals Last Updated: Oct 25, 2019 Views: 14
You can find current copies of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) in several places.
Print copies: You'll find physical copies of the WSJ in the quiet study area of the Library
Online: You can find the Eastern Edition and the Online Version of the WSJ in the database ABI/Inform.
The easiest way to get to the electronic version of the WSJ in ABI/Inform is through our journal list. Go to the Library's homepage and under Journals search for the Wall Street Journal. On the results page click on the link to ABI/Inform next to Wall Street Journal, Eastern Edition.
On the next page click on the date that you want to look at.