Well - it's a litte bit funny reading the abstract/intro including this
quote "Wikipedia is entirely free. And that freedom includes not just
the ability of anyone to read it (a freedom denied by the scholarly
journals in, say, JSTOR, which requires an expensive institutional
subscription) but also—more remarkably—their freedom to use it." and
after 391 words: "There are about 16236 more words in this article.
Please log in (or, if you are not yet an authorized user, please go to
the User Setup page) to gain full access rights. Or if you're already
logged in register your subscription." and you have to pay at least 10$
if you are not associated with American History.
The greatest productive force is human selfishness.
(Heinlein: The notebooks of Lazarus Long)