Post-imperial English: Status Change in Former British and American Colonies, 1940-1990
Joshua A. Fishman, Andrew W. Conrad, Alma Rubal-Lopez
Walter de Gruyter, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 654 pages
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