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    “Typography is undergoing a public renaissance. Typography usually strives to be invisible, but recently it’s become a mark of sophistication for readers to notice it and have an opinion.”

    www.businessinsider.com

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    50 minutes ago, Peiran Tan said:

    Well what this article didn't say is that the Nazis also banned Roman letters…

    A general ban? No. 
    Are you base this on a specific source? Which one?

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