The problem I still have with the search engine for the archive of past issues is that it's impossible to click BACK to the search results after you click on one of the search results, which means you have to start an all new search . For example: let's say I enter the search term : "U.F. Grant" for time period from 01/01/1950 to 12/31/1960 , it will return 200 search results. Then I click on the first one to read it. Now I would like to click back to the search results to continue looking at the other 199 search results. Can't do it. I have to enter a new search for "U.F. Grant" within the specified time span. The search engine would be more useful if the user could click backwards in the browser to return to the search results and continue browsing through the search results. OR at the very least allow the user to right-click on each search result and choose 'Open in New Tab' , so then the user could return to the original browser tab with the search results and continue clicking through to each search result in a new tab. As it is now if I click on a search result and choose Open in New Tab, it opens a new tab that is a blank page.
I'm on Mac OS , Macbook Pro, have tried it using Firefox , Safari, and Brave browsers. All browsers up to date.