The official language movement

The official - The Official Language Movement The first article I found is titled Comment Comment discusses an observation of the topic of having

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The Official Language Movement The first article I found is titled Comment. Comment discusses an observation of the topic of having an official language in the U.S, the outcome of Constitutional changes which the Congress had predicted would happen, and the time when there was no official language in the United States. The article mentions how great the collision of scholarly awareness in helping dispute the English Language change. This article is an opposed study to the official language movement. Woolard, Kathryn, A. (1986). Comment. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 60, 191-195. Retrieved February 28, 2008, from EBSCOhost database. The second article called the Official-language movement talks about the debate of the idea to make English the official language in the U.S. The United States organization expresses its position of the English language as being a regular language that causes immigrants to come together. In the other hand, the consultant of the Hispanic Affairs notices the official language
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