Language Problems and Language Planning 3:2

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Table of Contents
New Opportunities for the Study of Language Shift: The Anglicization of New England Language Minorities
Calvin J. Veltman
65–75
Real Character and Lunatic Language: Language Planning in the 17th and 18th Centuries (Review Essay)
Humphrey Tonkin
76–85
Geolinguistics, volume 3, 1977
David L. Gold
86–95
Miller, Wayne Charles. A Handbook of American Minorities
Hans H. Wellisch
96–97
Breton, Roland. Géographie des langues
Henri Tinelli
97–100
Glazer, Nathan, & MOYNIHAN, Daniel P., eds. Ethnicity. Theory and Experience
M. Crawford-Young
100–102
Kempen, G. De taalgebruiker in de mens. Een uitzicht over de taalpsychologie
Edgar C. Polomé
103
Pap, Leo. The Portuguese in the United States: A Bibliography
M. Estellie-Smith and Maria Spinelli
104–105
Van Essen, A.J., and Menting, J.P., eds. The Context of Foreign Language Learning
Frank Nuessel
106–107
Rubin, Vera, and Schaedel, Richard P., eds. The Haitian Potential
Judith L. Wingerd
107–111
Labov, William. What is a Linguistic Fact?
Robert N. St. Clair
112–115
Duneton, Claude. Parler Croquant
Henri Tinelli
115–118
La sociolinguistica in Italia, G. Politi e Dialetto e italiano
Marcel Danesi
118–123
Adler, Max K. Pidgins, creoles and lingua francas. A socio-linguistic study
Robert A. Hall, Jr.
124–126
La Aŭtoroj
127–128