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Feeling pressed

Newspaper printers worry about their livelihood, future

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By Keith O'Brien
Globe Staff / May 23, 2009

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He's ink-stained from his hands to his head. It's in his graying hair, on his neck, and down his back. Washing it off won't be easy. Bill McHugh will need to use an industrial-strength powdered soap for that. And still, the stains will be back soon enough. McHugh is a newspaper pressman, has been since 1978, and figured he always ... (Full article: 1067 words)

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