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This work yields a fascinating and original perspective on the efforts of publishers and the progress of publishing from a common trade to an admired profession. "Revolution" begins with the effects of the great 15th century innovation of movable type to the introduction of electronic publishing in the late 20th century.
Library Binding, 192 pages
Published February 28th 2002 by Oak Knoll Press (first published February 2002)
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Leona Rostenberg was born in the Bronx on December 28, 1908, to Dr. Adolph and Louisa D. Rostenberg. Her father was a dermatologist. She met Ms. Stern in 1930 while she was a senior at New York University and Ms. Stern was a freshman at Barnard.

Ms. Stern lent Ms. Rostenberg $1,000 to start her rare-book business and eventually joined her as partner. They lived first in Ms. Rostenberg's family hous
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