2nd Edition Books?

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About eight months back or so, I found a handfull of websites that answered this, but I've long-since lost that list. Now, I'm super poor. I'm on disability for Crohn's Disease, in the process of saving up for a better car, a wedding, lots of things that would cause me to be responsible and not spend my money on multiple DnD books. But I'd still like to enjoy it. I noticed that 2nd Edition was legally free to download only I'm having difficulty finding it.
Does anyone know where I could get these legally free 2nd Edition books? And I do stress legal in there.  
2nd Edition is NOT leagally free to download. You may be thinking of the 3rd Edition SRD.
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Well now this is driving me nuts. Not but a few moments before posting it, I had a wizards of the coast page brought up where it was listing these different things. Now that I try to find it again, I can't. Feh. Anyway, so it's 3rd Edition then?
The 3rd edition SRD is free for download, Just has the basics, from the PHB1 DMG1 and MM1, no cool pics or anything.

But yes, WotC did have a bunch of 2e and older stuff available as  free downloads, however, during one of their site restructuring the links got lost or broken. Lucky for us though, somebody went through the trouble of compiling all those links again, and as far as I know they are still perfectly legal to Download. Never heard anyone from WotC say that we werent allowed to download them anymore.

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