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Conflicts over language stretch far beyond Russia and Ukraine

By Stanley Dubinsky, Professor of Linguistics, University of South Carolina
Anyssa Murphy, Ph.D Student in Historical Syntax, University of South Carolina
Harvey Starr, Dag Hammarskjold Professor in International Affairs Emeritus, University of South Carolina
Michael Gavin, Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, University of South Carolina
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It’s common for people to live near others who speak a different – but similar – language. But generally, they handle their differences without violence.The Conversation

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