The language bar

New York: Philsophical Library, 1950. 8vo, pp. v, [1], 160; original cloth in grey printed mylar-protected dust jacket, jacket a bit worn, spine browned; a very good, sound copy. "Shows howt he multiple derivation of the English vocabulary--Teutonic, Greek, Latin and French--erects a barrier more effective than wealth and status between the cultured minority and the uninstructed majority, and suggests how the barrier could be broken down by reforms in the teaching of English" - jacket upper cover. Item #41655

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