Hi Callie. Thanks for the feedback on my paper. The following text walks you through how I handled your comment. So, your question is about Google Scholar. I see your screenshot, above, so I went to your Google Scholar profile. Once there, I realized your screenshot is of another page. I’m guessing you searched “Callie Burt” on scholar.google.com. The result didn’t match your screenshot either. I can’t manage to reproduce what your screenshot, so I’m assuming the results have changed since your review. At that point, I just searched for the first article by name. When I go the Google Scholar page dedicated to the first paper (pictured above), there’s no extra link to the right with the PDF. So I went to your institutional repository’s (IR) page for the paper. I clicked the “Download” button, which I assumed would take me to a PDF of the paper, based on your question. But when I did, I was brought to a page saying the paper’s embargoed for a few more months. To see if that was the problem or something else, I went to our department’s page on our IR to find a paper that does have an associated PDF. Let’s use Kat’s. I clicked “Download” and was brought to a PDF of the paper, so I know that works. Then I went back to Google Scholar to search the paper’s title, “Law of the Land: Tribal Sovereignty and Legally Legitimated Resource-Based Control of Native Americans.” The resultant page on Google Scholar does have the “extra link to the right.” Therefore, I assume the problem is your paper’s embargo. If you’d like to avoid future embargoes, I recommend signing our college’s opt-in rights-retention license. CrimRxiv has a similar license.