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We have found that several of the anti-Creationist or pro-evolutionary articles that appeared in the Dispatch were not posted on their internet web site. There are several options for getting a copy that will not violate any copyright laws.


If you live in the Columbus, Ohio metropolitan area

1. Borrow a copy from a neighbor, co-worker or family member.
2. All the Columbus Metropolitan libraries have current issues on paper.
Back issues are available at all the library branches from microfilm.
3. The Columbus Dispatch will mail you a copy of the entire paper for
that particular day. Call the "Back Copies" department at
(614) 461-5161 for more information. They are available for only
30 days. After that, you'll need to get the article from the library.


If you live in the Central Ohio area

1. Most Central Ohio libraries subscribe to the Columbus Dispatch
archives on microfilm. Contact your local library to see if they have
a copy available.
2. The Columbus Dispatch will mail you a copy of the entire paper for
that particular day. Call the "Back Copies" department at
(614) 461-5161 for more information. They are available for only
30 days. After that, you'll need to get the article from the library.
3. Most libraries in the United States participate in a program called
"Inter Library Loan". Contact your local library and see if they can
get a copy of the article for you through this program.


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f you live outside the Central Ohio Area

1. The Columbus Dispatch will mail you a copy of the entire paper for
that particular day. Call the "Back Copies" department at
(614) 461-5161 for more information. They are available for only
30 days. After that, you'll need to get the article from the library.
2. Most libraries in the United States participate in a program called
"Inter Library Loan". Contact your local library and see if they can
get a copy of the article for you through this program.

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