By Donald A. Moskowitz
September 15, 2010
All roadside signs, instructions, business correspondence, school classes, and general communications should be in English, with no references to any foreign languages.
Immigrants have to learn English and our children have to be proficient in English..
It can be beneficial for people to be fluent in a second language such as Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, etc. Our country needs expertise in foreign languages, but this should be subservient to fluency in English. U.S. citizens who cannot speak and write English as a primary language are probably placing themselves at a disadvantage on the ladder to success in this country.
We should not promote language diversity, because it will lead to divisiveness, the same type of divisiveness we see in numerous foreign countries.
Donald A. Moskowitz
Received September 15, 2010 - Published September 15, 2010
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