As I read an article in the Washington Post by Kathleen Parker, titled “The GOP’s Future Speaks Spanish,” an admonition by her father caught my attention. “Learn Spanish,” he said, reminded me of something I’ve been questioning for years to anyone inside my sphere of influence who would listen. “Why aren’t American students learning Spanish? Why do other countries adopt multiple languages, including English?” Now, whether these inquiries were accurate or inaccurate, it appeared to me that everyone I worked or interacted with either professionally or socially whose origin was not American, spoke a minimum of two languages.
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