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How have books changed since benjamin franklin's time

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Well, what an interesting question. The answer is, not a lot. The major change is in the technology to print and distribute them, producing a number of copies and a number of different publications far higher than Franklin could ever have imagined, making books available to the entire world rather than just a privileged few.

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