[lg policy] NYTimes.com: An Indigenous Language With Unique Staying Power

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Guarani, an Indigenous Language With Unique Staying Power

WORLD | March 12, 2012
Memo From Paraguay: An Indigenous Language With Unique Staying Power
Unusual features of Paraguay's history and politics mean that Guaran'i is widely spoken, despite a relatively small indigenous population.



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