In response to the Saturday letter from Eddie Vogt “Estados Unidos”: With respect to Mr. Vogt’s suggestion regarding a Democratic bill making Spanish the official language of the United States, it would be wise to point out that the Democrats could never get such a bill passed in this Congress. Perhaps it might be more appropriate if the administration proposed a bill making Russian the official language of the United States.
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