What were the immediate positive effects of Gutenberg's printing press?
Gutenberg's Printing Press:
Johannes Gutenberg became one of the most influential Europeans in history with his 1440 invention of a printing press. Prior to this, all writing in Europe had to be done by hand or with extremely rudimentary blocks.
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The most immediate positive effect of Gutenberg's printing press was an increase in literacy, as more and more Europeans gained access to books (at a...
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from Supplemental History: Study AidChapter 1 / Lesson 18