anonymous
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Why was Gutenberg's printing press such an important invention? A. Paper had become too expensive. B. Merchants could sell their goods for more money. C. Explorers were able to navigate more easily. D. Books could be printed faster and easier.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is it d? i think its d
anonymous
  • anonymous
The printing press was so important because it made the mass production of printed materials possible, and lead to much wider dissemination of knowledge and literacy throughout the socioeconomic classes.
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Thanks bro.
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