The Official English Debate: Told Through Pictures

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I am a George Mason Graduate student on a public policy quest to enlighten the masses. "Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment nothing can fail; without it nothing can succeed. He who molds public sentiment goes deeper than he who enacts statutes or decisions possible or impossible to execute." -Abraham Lincoln
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One Response to The Official English Debate: Told Through Pictures

  1. Spanish is already a ‘de facto’ official language here in the US. Its presence in virtually all our institutions, businesses, airports, etc. is ubiquitous, as it should be: according to the latest census figures, over 16.3% of the population is Hispanic or of Hispanic origin. This figure is rising fast, as Hispanics now outnumber Blacks as the largest minority. A hallmark of any successful government is its ability to evolve with the times; recognizing the growing importance of Spanish (and perhaps making it an official language) in America would be an appropriate response to this debate.

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