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In The News: Multilingualism Is an American Tradition. So Is Backlash to It

“Our reality is that the United States has been multilingual from its inception. Far from being something to fear, multilingualism makes the U.S. stronger — economically, politically, and culturally — and should be nurtured and celebrated.”

Professor of Linguistics and Spanish Daniel J. Olson discussed the history and importance of multilingualism in the United States, as well as perpetual resistance to it.

Read his full Made by History article at TIME.

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