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EDITORIAL BY AMS PRESIDENT AVERY ON UNPAID PAGE CHARGES

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These are financially difficult times, particularly for nonprofit organizations such as the AMS. More than ever, we must depend upon subscriptions and page charges to recoup the costs associated with publishing high-quality scientific and technical journals. The Society has been proud over the past 85 years to publish all accepted peer-reviewed manuscripts in our journals without regard to the ability of the author(s) to pay any or all of the page and/or color charges associated with their papers. Unfortunately, ever-increasing numbers of scientists are relying upon AMS to publish their work while contributing only partially, or not at all, to

These are financially difficult times, particularly for nonprofit organizations such as the AMS. More than ever, we must depend upon subscriptions and page charges to recoup the costs associated with publishing high-quality scientific and technical journals. The Society has been proud over the past 85 years to publish all accepted peer-reviewed manuscripts in our journals without regard to the ability of the author(s) to pay any or all of the page and/or color charges associated with their papers. Unfortunately, ever-increasing numbers of scientists are relying upon AMS to publish their work while contributing only partially, or not at all, to

These are financially difficult times, particularly for nonprofit organizations such as the AMS. More than ever, we must depend upon subscriptions and page charges to recoup the costs associated with publishing high-quality scientific and technical journals. The Society has been proud over the past 85 years to publish all accepted peer-reviewed manuscripts in our journals without regard to the ability of the author(s) to pay any or all of the page and/or color charges associated with their papers. Unfortunately, ever-increasing numbers of scientists are relying upon AMS to publish their work while contributing only partially, or not at all, to

These are financially difficult times, particularly for nonprofit organizations such as the AMS. More than ever, we must depend upon subscriptions and page charges to recoup the costs associated with publishing high-quality scientific and technical journals. The Society has been proud over the past 85 years to publish all accepted peer-reviewed manuscripts in our journals without regard to the ability of the author(s) to pay any or all of the page and/or color charges associated with their papers. Unfortunately, ever-increasing numbers of scientists are relying upon AMS to publish their work while contributing only partially, or not at all, to

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