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These proceedings have long been freely available on the AMS website, but now it seems we can't even find them anymore (e.g. and Unfortunately, I don't own a copy, nor have I ever downloaded it on my computer. My question, then: Does anyone know if there exists another website where I could get it?

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Maxime, I learned from an nLab colleague that the AMS is in the process of reorganizing their website, and now many hundreds of links have been rendered dysfunctional. You might write the AMS Webmaster to register your complaint/observation. Hopefully, if enough people cry out, they will fix the problem. – Todd Trimble Aug 18 '11 at 17:41
These proceedings are available here: – Dmitri Pavlov Aug 18 '11 at 17:44
I always check first. – GH from MO Aug 19 '11 at 21:58
Now it is always available at genesis library. – Jeep Wrangler Oct 6 '13 at 15:05
The AMS pages for these books are now and; however they no longer seem to be freely available. – Tom Church Aug 30 '14 at 0:38
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Given the importance of the proceedings, I leave a link to the copy at Library Genesis:

A. Borel and W. Casselman (Editors) Automorphic Forms, Representations and L-functions (1979)

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