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Low Cost Printing is a Cornerstone of Democracy

Low Cost Printing is a Cornerstone of Democracy

The creation of liberal democracy as we know it today is, at least in part, a result of the invention and spread of printing. As such, we may consider printing to be – by it's very nature – a tool of the democratic system. Last week, my colleague Ms. Stewart brought up the topic of using the power of low cost printing to advertise voter support of the current election race. She called this, I believe, “the future of democracy.” As usual, my colleague has brought up an interesting topic while failing to delve into its complexities in such as way as to drive home “the point,” as it were. Admittedly, Ms. Stewart's writings are more often than not muddied by her uncomplicated enthusiasm for our printing services. I can hardly fault her on this enthusiasm, but I am inclined to temper it with my own appreciation for the depth and history of the subject at hand. Which is to […]

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