Shmuel and all--
I don't know if Haaretz has an institutional price. I receive an individual
subscription for $120 per year, which includes viewing on my computer,
iPad, and phone.
When in Israel, I notice that my friend's paper subscription has a number
of articles that my English version does not, mostly "local" stories.
On Wed, Aug 30, 2017 at 6:49 AM, Shmuel Ben-Gad <shmu...@gwu.edu> wrote:
> Shalom Safranim,
> A colleague has asked me if the English version is a translation of the
> Hebrew or if the content is different. If any of you happen to know the
> answer to this, please let me know. We do not subscribe. (As I recall
> from a previous discussion it is rather expensive, no?)
> B'chavod rav.
> Shmuel Ben-Gad,
> Gelman Library,
> George Washington University.
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