How can I tell when my print subscription expires?
On the mailing label of your latest issue of the NACLA Report, there is an expiration code on the line above your name, generally beginning with the letter R or D, and followed by a three-digit code.
That code is the volume and issue number of the last issue you'll receive with your current subscription: so R412 above is a subscriber whose last issue was Volume 41, Number 2. There are four issues in each volume, with number 1 being the Spring issue (out in March), and number 4 being the Winter issue (out in December.
|Code||Publication Date||Code||Publication Date|
|451||March 2012||461||March 2013|
|452||June 2012||422||June 201|
|453||September 2012||463||September 2013|
|454||December 2012||464||December 2013|
As a print subscriber, how do I access online material?
To access NACLA's archived material free of charge, print subscribers need to create an account on nacla.org (or log-in to your existing account), and then validate your subscriber status at the bottom of this page.
Below, in the "Subscriber Label Code" form field, simply enter the five-digit Print Subscriber Label Code that appears on the address label of your magazine, as shown above, and click the submit button. This will validate your subscription with the online database, and give you access to read, print, and download .pdfs of articles from the last ten years of the NACLA Report free of charge.
How do I change my password?
If you can't remember the password you use to access the NACLA website, visit https://nacla.org/user/password to get a new password emailed to you.
How do I change my address?
To change the address where you want your print magazine sent, please use our contact form. Enter the subject "Change of Address" and be sure to include your previous address in addition to your new one.
I still have a question - who do I contact?
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