There is no DRM (digital rights management) on JSTOR ebooks; however, ebooks can only be downloaded and printed chapter-by-chapter. Systematic downloading and printing of JSTOR ebooks is not allowed.
Currently the Marx Library owns around 900 JSTOR ebook titles. To retrieve them, use the Advanced Search option, which is the default search from the Library's web site, and limit to Books and "Include only content I can access."
The JSTOR results screen provides the most basic information about the book, shows you the type of content in the list (in this case Book), and allows you to sort the results by relevance or publication date.
Although you cannot download a complete book, you have to download chapters, you can view the table of contents and the first several sentences of each chapter to help you determine if you are interested in a particular book chapter.
JSTOR books automatically open in a program called FileOpen but you can't print or save from this view. To print or save book chapters, choose Download This Chapter.
In order to display the PDF, you need to accept JSTOR's terms and conditions.
Then the pdf will display: