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should English be madet the official language of US

4 what are the consequences of not making english the

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4. What are the consequences of not making English the official language of US? This question explores the other side of the coin in relation to the proposed thesis. The research method will involve the collection of secondary information from credible sources such as journal articles and books. Information will be analyzed and arranged chronologically and basing on relevance to the topic and sub-topics.
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ENGLISH AS THE US OFFFICIAL LANGUAGE 5 References Adams, L. (1990) perspectives on Official English: The Campaign for English As the Official Language of the USA. New York: Walter de Gruyter. Boron,T. (1992) The English-Only Question: An Official Language for Americans? Connecticut: Yale University Press. Gallegos, B. (1994) English--our official language? New York: H.W. Wilson. Rawford, J. (1992) Language Loyalties: A Source Book on the Official English Controversy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Ricento, T. & Burnabi, B. (1998). Language and Politics in the United States and Canada: Myths and Realities. New Jersey: L Erlbaum Associates. Schildkraut, D. (2001). Official English and the States: Influences on Declaring English the Official Language in the United States. Political Research Quarterly. 54, 455-457.
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