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Subject:Re: US English From:Liz Grotte <GROTTE -at- VAX1 -dot- MANKATO -dot- MSUS -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 20 Jan 1994 16:03:01 -0600
To anyone interested in the English only debate:
Just a tidbit of information for you all. The Treaty Of Guadalupe
(which was signed with the Mexicans in exchange for most of the Southwest)
guarantees these same Mexicans the right to practice their culture. If we
are going to entertain the novel idea of abiding by our treaties then, it
would seem that it would be illegal to establish English as the only official
Food for thought!
Liz Grotte -at- vax1 -dot- mankato -dot- msus -dot- edu