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A Printer’s Devil: A 21st-Century Journalist Living in the Age of the Press

After the emergence of the printing press in the mid-1400s, learning to print text such as books, pamphlets or postcards meant aspiring printers typically served seven-year apprenticeships under a master printer. They were referred to as “devils” since they caused so much trouble in the “chapel” of the print room.

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