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Jonathan Eisen wants to fight the anti-open-access group, PRISM, created by the Association of American Publishers. He suggests asking AAP members to end PRISM or to drop out of the association. If they do neither, Eisen proposes a boycott of AAP members — a long list including university presses and publishers big and small.

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