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  • [Info] International Dimensions of Bilingual Education (Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1978; Washington: Georgetown University Press, 1978), ed. by James E. Alatis, contrib. by E. Glyn Lewis, William Francis Mackey, Einar Haugen, Joshua A. Fishman, Shirley Brice Heath, José Andrés Vázquez, Robert L. Cooper, Sarita G. Schotta, Henry Kahane, Renée Kahane, Braj B. Kachru, Muriel Saville-Troike, Maria Medina Swanson, Merrill Swain, Eric P. Hamp, H. H. Stern, Joan Rubin, Yolanda Lastra, Wallace E. Lambert, Christina Bratt Paulston, Bernard Spolsky, Gilbert Ansre, Bonifacio P. Sibayan, Adebisi Afolayan, Beatriz R. Lavandera, John W. Oller, G. Richard Tucker, Gary A. Cziko, Gilbert Narro Garcia, Charles H. Blatchford, Robert Lado, J. Donald Bowen, Robert J. Di Pietro, Mary Finocchiaro, Eduardo Hernandez-Chavez, Heidi C. Dulay, Marina K. Burt, John B. Carroll, Charles A. Ferguson, Roger W. Shuy, Dennis R. Craig, Frederic G. Cassidy, Alan R. Thomas, Nancy C. Dorian, William Leap, and Noel Epstein (PDF at Georgetown)
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