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(This is no homework question I was just curious)

Without the invention of the printing press would the reformation still occurred?

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    I believe it would have occurred -- but it would have taken longer.

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    Here's another question.

    If the printing press hadn't been invented, would most of be illiterate, but have much better memories?

    In my opinion, all inventions will be made sooner or later. The printing press could have been invented 50 years later -- but something that printed books and pamphlets fairly quickly and inexpensively would have been invented.

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