English language is essential for assimilation in America

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Dear ProEnglish Supporter:

National Review editor and columnist Rich Lowry recently penned an opinion piece headlined: “Yes, The English Language Is Important.” The article included a sub-headline that read: “There’s no substitute as a source of social cohesion.”

Lowry began his column by observing: “I wouldn’t have thought the importance of the English language in America would be controversial, but our era is full of surprises.”

In Lowry’s recently-published book entitled “The Case For Nationalism” he stated that English was a “pillar of our national identity.” Lowry pointed out the importance of a common language as a source of social cohesion.

Lowry observed: “Where a common language is present, it creates a cultural glue; where it isn’t, there are usually deep-seated divisions.” He cited Canada, Belgium, and Spain as examples of countries with deep-seated linguistic divisions.

Lowry summed up his very compelling National Review column by concluding: “In short, language occupies an outsized space in the cultural life of nations, and the role of English here in the United States is no different.”

Please donate to ProEnglish today! When you support ProEnglish with a generous, year-end gift, you partner alongside us as we work all across the nation in legislatures, courts, and in the court of public opinion to defend English’s historic role as America’s common, unifying language, and as we persuade lawmakers to adopt English as the official language at all levels of government. We would greatly appreciate a special year-end gift from you to help us as we get ready to kick off a very busy 2020!

Please donate today, and thank you very much for your generous year-end support of ProEnglish!

Very truly yours,

Stephen D. Guschov, Esq.
Executive Director

 

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