Defending Against A "Death By English"

Hart, Kenya
September 2003
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Fall2003, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p177
Academic Journal
Proposes an approach to a national "American Languages" movement to support and advance the rights of language minorities in the U.S. Status of the U.S.-Mexico migration; Climate in which the English-only advocates work to advance their 'Official English' laws; Arizona's English-only constitutional amendment; Ninth Circuit's ruling that the amendment violates employees', officials' and the public's First Amendment Rights.


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