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Motivated by the debate over "Plan S", this lengthy article discusses historians reactions to, and attitudes toward, recent open access initiatives. An interesting read.
Karin Wulf, "A Brief History of History Responding to Open Access," Scholarly Kitchen, February 13, 2019