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When Johannes Gutenberg started to create his printing press he was unaware of the impact it would have on society He started in 1436 AD when every book and copy was written by hand His printing press made as many copies of an article in a couple weeks as one could in a lifetime The association with Sir Thomas More and the printing press is Sir Thomas was a scholar that wrote a lot of religious ideas down and because of the printing press his ideas were able to spread through out Europe Sir Thomas More also wrote a book called Utopia which was influenced by the bible The printing press becomes a major role in the church because the church was now able to print the bible more efficiently than in the past The printing press helped in many ways and still does Before 1436 every piece of literature was written by hand This made it very difficult for mass copies to be printed and released to the public Before the printing press anything that was going to be published was very expensive and time consuming It would take years for one to copy a book for another The printing press was not completely invented in 1436 it was evolved It was first built of wood that was very laborious for the machinists that worked the press It soon evolved into metal and made it a lot easier for the machinists to work the printing press Sir Thomas More was a man of great importance The printing press helped him in many ways with his literature He had written many pieces of literature that was a lot easier for him to spread quickly through out Europe because of the printing press Sir Thomas More wrote a book called Utopia about the problems Europe was facing with power religion classes and everything else wrong with
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