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I am looking for a digitalized version of paper by J.P. May and J. McClure A reduction of Segal conjecture, as I need it to understand some lemma from Kuhn's Tate Cohomology and Periodic Localization of Polynomial Functors. The paper was published in Current Trends in Algebraic Topology, Canadian Mathematical Society Conference Proceedings, 1982.

I hope this is not breach of any rules - given the current situation, I cannot go to University's library and check the hard copy, and I cannot find any version of this article on the internet. Any help would be highly appreciated!

(If nobody has an access to a digitalized version, could sbdy quote what Corollary 4 is saying?)

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I found it on professor May's web site at http://math.uchicago.edu/~may/PAPERS/42.pdf

Since this link might disappear, it is also archived at the Wayback Machine.

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  • $\begingroup$ It works, thanks! $\endgroup$ May 13 '20 at 9:29

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