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Should anyone in authority say anything sensible about racial policy, an event unlikely to occur before the next Ice Age, he would have to say that when it is not merely futile it often injures the people it is supposed to help; that it succeeds in antagonizing whites without benefiting blacks; that it has become... Read More
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Your otherwise fine article on the condition of blacks in California (August 1st) errs in pointing to racism as the root cause of opposition to forced busing in Los Angeles. The white parents who opposed having their children bused to black inner city schools (which were distant and high in violence and drug abuse) were... Read More
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In Tom Wicker’s Jan. 13 column, the Rev. Allan Boesak was characterized as a white South African champion of black rights, recently jailed for his efforts. This is incorrect. Mr. Boesak, a founder of the United Democratic Front, is actually a colored (mixed-race) South African. This is significant because it underscores the South African Government’s... Read More
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It is astonishing that William McGowan's article on the roots of the bloody civil war in Sri Lanka ("Mythconceptions," June 7) nowhere mentions the words "affirmative action." Yet government "set-asides" to Sinhalese businessman, preferential promotions of Sinhalese in the government bureaucracy and the "race-norming" of test scores for university admissions between the "underrepresented" Sinhalese and... Read More
Naturally, it is disappointing that an old friend should read AR for three full years and remain unconvinced by it. Even so, you gave it the benefit of the doubt for a long time, longer than any friend or editor could have asked. Of the many objections you raise, there is only one that really... Read More
The Republican Party has within its grasp long-term political control over several states, including California and Texas, the nation's two largest (the Census Bureau reported this week that New York has slipped to third place). If it misses this historic opportunity, the consequences will probably not be victories for the Democrats, but instead the likely... Read More
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Immigration has recently become a lightning rod for America's deepest fears of social chaos and national decline. Millions worry that immigration is rapidly transforming America into a third-world country, with crowded, violent cities, under-educated and low-skilled labor, and an ethnic spoils system replacing America's tradition of constitutionalism and individual rights. Concerns are rising that immigrants... Read More
In 1942, during a period of sharp wartime hysteria, Californians blackened our state's good name by overwhelmingly endorsing the imprisonment of all Japanese Americans, most of them native-born U.S. citizens and nearly all deeply loyal to America. Only one member of Congress, Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio, the leading conservative Republican of his day, opposed... Read More
If the road to hell is paved with good intentions, then the Save Our State immigration initiative on California's November ballot represents a superhighway. At first glance, the measure, which prevents illegal immigrants from receiving public benefits, might appear quite attractive to opponents of California's overgrown social welfare state. After all, if rolling back the... Read More
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Immigrants are a net benefit to the nation and a natural Republican constituency---if the party doesn't blow it
This journal has performed a valuable service by clarifying the immigration debate. Rather than choosing the safe path of attacking only illegal immigration, NR has correctly pointed out that illegal immigration is dwarfed by legal immigration; that legal and illegal immigration share a wide range of important characteristics; and that most of the key arguments... Read More
Lawrence Auster, Vernon M. Briggs, Lawrence W. Fuchs, George B. High, Donald L. Huddle, Fred C. Ikle, Alan C. Nelson, Daniel A. Stein Ron K. Unz, in 'Immigration or the Welfare State' (Fall 1994), challenged the notion that out-of-control immigration is fueling a host of social and economic problems, from crime to welfare dependency to... Read More
California, the leader in national trends, is approaching another crossroads: We can confront the challenges of our ethnic diversity either through the means symbolized by last November's Proposition 187 or by those of the proposed civil rights ballot initiative. Although it began as a measure eliminating government benefits for illegal immigrants, by the end of... Read More
Immigrant alarmists often claim that current policies are leading America to a "clash of cultures." There is certainly some truth in this claim, but an actual analysis of which cultures are clashing, and why, might surprise many conservatives. Consider a recent book on California's Mexican immigrants written by a group of social-service professionals from the... Read More
The revelation that Gov. Pete Wilson, leading scourge of the undocumented, had himself employed an illegal immigrant housekeeper will certainly deepen our political cynicism. Wilson joins the sorry band of hypocrites Dianne Feinstein and Michael Huffington, both of whom made the crusade against illegal immigration the centerpiece of their senatorial campaigns and were then revealed... Read More
Timothy McVeigh, alleged perpetrator of the Oklahoma City bombing, is said to have believed that, while he was in the Army, the government implanted a microchip tracking device in his buttocks. Most of us would dismiss this as the ravings of an obvious madman. But to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, McVeigh is just a bit ahead... Read More
During this past year of heated political battle on the affirmative action front, liberal defenders of continued ethnic preference programs---from President Clinton to Jesse Jackson and beyond---have repeatedly suggested compromises prohibiting "unqualified" individuals from receiving such benefits. Many observers---myself included---had long regarded such arguments as specious, being based on a mixture of cynicism and semantics:... Read More
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I was shocked at the accusation of Nativo Lopez, a school board member from Orange County, that a hidden agenda of anti-Latino racism lay behind my proposed "English for the Children" initiative (La Opinion, 5/21/97). Mr. Lopez has never met me, but I do know that if he had spent any time at all investigating... Read More
For those of you who haven't previously heard, we are in the process of placing an initiative on the June 1998 ballot which would more-or-less end "bilingual education" in California once and for all. The program have been a disaster, the legislature has been gridlocked for ten years, and a statutory ballot initiative is necessary... Read More
Great news! After weeks of deep introspection, the Supreme Bureaucrats in Sacramento have finally issued their official Title and Summary for our initiative, which means we can now begin gathering signatures. The particular Title and Summary which they selected was fairly typical in its convoluted language and cautious analysis, but overall we are reasonably satisfied.... Read More
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Although I've always been a very strongly pro-immigrant conservative, I found that the underlying facts and figures in your "immigration" issue (June 16, 1997) were absolutely irrefutable, however much I might disagree with your ultimate conclusions. But then I noticed that if I changed "Asians" to "Jews," "Hispanics" to "blacks," and "immigrants" to "Jews and... Read More
Another article, this time in today's Washington Post by Lou Cannon. The piece is generally very evenhanded, and has started to generate some East Coast media coverage. Bilingual Education Under Attack Washington Post, Monday, July 21, 1997
It's been an exciting and productive couple of weeks since we received title and summary from the AG's office, and could begin gathering signatures. (1) We've now opened our main campaign headquarters, at 212 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, CA 90014. It's a storefront in the heavily Latino immigrant downtown LA garment district, located just... Read More
Our web site has now been updated to include a section on the federal constitutions regarding bilingual education issues, and also a section including most of the major articles which have appeared on the initiative, including those in the LA Times, the Washington Post, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Our site also includes our campaign... Read More
Here's a nice article from this morning's Wall Street Journal, written by one of our volunteers. English Not Taught Here, by Hal Netkin Wall Street Journal, Thursday, July 24, 1997
Here's a very nice piece on our initiative by one of LA's most provocative and fearless left-liberal education journalists. Bilingual Bunk, by Jill Stewart New Times Los Angeles, Thursday, July 24, 1997
The United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) is the largest individual public school teachers union in California, and a very powerful influence in educational policy in the entire state. As you may be aware, most rank-and-file teachers are very doubtful about the merits of "bilingual education", and are likely supporters of our "English for the... Read More
Latino Leader of Clinton-Gore Campaign Joins Anti-Bilingual Initiative Drive English for the Children, Tuesday, August 5, 1997 Next Big Push From California: No Bilingual Ed Christian Science Monitor, Wednesday, July 30, 1997, FRONT PAGE
Our campaign has really ignited! On Friday, we had a front-page story on Gloria in the Orange County edition of the LA Times, as well as my radio appearance on a LA show. The calls started pouring in, ringing off the hook and even overloading our voice-mail system. We counted nearly 200 calls for petitions... Read More
Here's an opinion piece which the New York Times just solicited from Alice Callaghan, who helped organize the original Latino Boycott against "bilingual education," and now is an advisor to our own campaign. Desperate to Learn English, by Alice Callaghan New York Times, Friday, August 15, 1997
Along with most of you, we were disappointed at the temporary injunction granted last week by State Superior Court Judge Ronald Robie against the plans of the Orange Unified School District to shift their English learner program from "bilingual education" toward English immersion. We expect the judge to soon lift his injunction, or for the... Read More
Campaign Chairman Ron Unz to appear on McNeil-Lehrer Newshour Ron Unz, Chairman of the "English for the Children" campaign, is scheduled to appear on the Wednesday, August 27 edition of the McNeil-Lehrer Newshour, one of America's most highly regarded national evening newscasts. Unz will be discussing the "English for the Children" initiative to end "bilingual... Read More
Another very nice article on the campaign, from The Economist, one of the world's most highly-regarded newsweeklies. Also, our segment on The Newshour with Jim Lehrer will probably be airing Monday or Tuesday evening on PBS. Bilingual education: Separate and unequal Economist, Saturday, August 30, 1997 Jim Lehrer Newshour, PBS Network, September 15, 1997
Here's an interesting follow-up note from Hal Netkin, the author of the recent Wall Street Journal article on "bilingual education," and a volunteer on our campaign. ======================== August 27, 1997 Ines and I visited Valerio School as a follow-up to a previous visit several weeks ago, but this time to visit a fifth grade class... Read More
In California, a Fight Against Bilingual Classes Boston Globe, Sunday, August 31, 1997, FRONT PAGE
California's Largest Teachers Union to Hold Referendum on Endorsing "English for the Children" Initiative English for the Children, Wednesday, October 1, 1997 Overcoming Leadership Opposition, California Republican Party Endorses "English for the Children" Initiative English for the Children, September 28, 1997 State GOP backs measure to end bilingual classes San Jose Mercury News, Monday, September... Read More
THE TIMES POLL:Bilingual Education Gets Little Support Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, October 15, 1997, FRONT PAGE
Star Latino teacher joins bilingual foes Sacramento Bee, Thursday, October 16, 1997, FRONT PAGE Famed East LA Teacher Jaime Escalante Joins "English for the Children" Campaign as Honorary Chairman English for the Children, Wednesday, October 15, 1997 Bilingual poll changes tenor , by Dan Walters Sacramento Bee, Thursday, October 16, 1997   NOTE: This is... Read More
Bilingualism vs. Bilingual Education, by Ron K. Unz Los Angeles Times, Sunday, October 19, 1997
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A system that ensures failure is kept alive by the flow of federal dollars. A 1998 initiative would bring change
As each new microchip and fiber-optic cable shrinks the circumference of our world, more and more Americans recognize the practical importance of bilingualism. Even today, entrepreneurs or employees fluent in Chinese, Japanese or Spanish have a distinct edge over their English-only peers. But if other languages such as Chinese or Spanish are of growing world... Read More
I'm sending along a recent opinion piece critical of our initiative. However, the critic has common sense, and attacks a recent bilingual academic study suggesting that it takes 10 years for a young child to learn English as absurd and ridiculous and playing into our hands by making the supporters of bilingual education look ridiculous.... Read More
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"Habla English?" with Ron Unz and Joseph Jaramillo Uncommon Knowledge/Hoover Institution, October 23, 1997 Ron Unz, chairman, English for the Children, and Joseph Jaramillo, staff attorney, Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, discuss if bilingual education failed, and if it should be improved or eliminated.
Here's a good piece by George Will drawing the appropriate connections between our initiative and immigration issues. Challenging Bilingual Education , by George Will Washington Post, Sunday, October 26, 1997
It's been a long, hard run, but we're now rounding the final turn on our petition drive. To be sure of qualifying by random count for the June 1998, we need as large a safety margin of signatures as we can get, so please SEND IN ANY REMAINING PETITIONS WHICH YOU HAVE AS SOON AS... Read More
The following account of the English-language immersion programs found in top Mexican schools was e-mailed to our OneNation.org web site. ======================== Having spent eleven years as the Director (Superintendent of Schools) at the Colegio Americano de Monterrey, Mexico (American School of Monterrey), I am familar with the advantages of teaching in English to students who... Read More
Here are three articles from the Thursday 11/6/97 opinion page of the San Jose Mercury News, which was entirely devoted to our "English for Children" initiative. I was particularly pleased by the favorable coverage since until about five weeks ago, the Mercury (my hometown paper) had been extremely hostile. Joanne Jacob's friendly column is especially... Read More
"English for the Children" Campaign Submitting Over 700,000 Signatures for June 1998 Election Ballot English for the Children, Thursday, November 13, 1997 English-Only Campaign Turns in First Petitions Los Angeles Times, Friday, November 14, 1997 A lightning rod once again: Famed teacher leads push to ban bilingual education Sacramento Bee, Sunday, November 9, 1997, FRONT... Read More
Although the story is fine overall, there is one factual error, namely the claim that I inflated some information on a job resume, which is certainly untrue. Is it hasta la vista for bilingual ed? U.S News & World Report, Monday, November 24, 1997
An excellent editorial in Friday's WSJ, which also briefly touches on our initiative effort. The Case for Assimilation, Editorial Wall Street Journal, Friday, November 28, 1997
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Proposition 227 Television Report and Debate, with Ron Unz and Kelly Hayes-Raitt Sacramento On-Line, Fox40/Sacramento, Friday, December 12th, 1997, 25:28 Report on bilingual education controversy and initiative in California; clips of Luis Carias-Alvarado, Lt. Gov. Gray Davis, Patty Garner; debate moderated by Donna Cordova, with Ron Unz of English for the Children and Kelly Hayes-Raitt.
The statewide Field Poll came out this week with the numbers on our "English for the Children" initiative, and they are VERY GOOD---overwhelming, landslide support among all ethnic, demographic, and ideological groups in California. The story was front-page news up and down the state, and I'm attaching the article from the San Francisco Chronicle. Although... Read More
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