This might be useful as a research tool for 3rd year students writing their dissertations.
The Guardian & Observer archive is being put online, and for a limited introductory period you can have a free 24 hour pass to download as much as you want.
As a result you are now able to search, browse, save and print articles and adverts from the Digital Archive. Searching is free of charge. However, if you want to view in full or print out material you will need to subscribe to a timed access pass. We offer 24 hours, three days or a month. During the purchased time periods you will be able to search and print as much as you like – there are no restrictions on downloads.
During launch we are offering free 24-hour passes to all Guardian readers. To redeem your free pass, please visit the website. If you want to come back for more, there is also a 50% discount on all passes. This introductory offer will end on 30 November 2007. If you want to find out how to get access for your school, university or library, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to the Guardian Archive website to find out more.