TITLE

THE COMEBACK OF ENGLISH

AUTHOR(S)
Seligman, Daniel; de Llosa, Patty
PUB. DATE
April 1995
SOURCE
Fortune;4/3/1995, Vol. 131 Issue 6, p141
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Comments on the National Language Act of 1995, a bill introduced by Republican Pete King of New York. How the act would terminate all federal support for bilingual education and declare English as the official language of the United States; How many state and federal documents are available in other languages; Other areas where many languages are allowed; Public support for Official English; Arguments over bilingual education.
ACCESSION #
9503177745

 

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