[lg policy] How Guy Fawkes changed the English pronominal system

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November  6, 2011

You Guys!

About 400 years ago this past weekend, Guy Fawkes failed in his
Gunpowder Plot, says Allan Metcalf. But he succeeded in changing
the English language.
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