Monthly Archives: March 1999

Change’s swiftness may alarm unready

Change’s swiftness may alarm unready by Ron Unz San Jose Mercury News, Sunday, March 14, 1999 VOICES OF OUR TIME: Q: From your perspective, what have been some of the most important developments of the 20th century, and how will the … Continue reading

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English is Working in California

Another couple of articles examining the educational consequences of Prop. 227 in California. So far, all the results seem to be extremely encouraging. We’ll know better in a couple of months, when the new test scores come out. Learning English … Continue reading

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Ron Unz: “Latino Children Deserve More Than Just Half an Education”

Here’s an article of mine analyzing the recent Republican electoral disaster in California, and the political implications of ethnically-tinged issues such as immigration and bilingual education. The piece generated quite a bit of reaction and interest, and led the Republican … Continue reading

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The Right Kind of Outreach for the GOP

The Right Kind of Outreach for the GOP by Ron Unz Weekly Standard, Monday, March 1, 1999 Republican leaders, worried about their party’s lack of success among ethnic minorities, are reaching for just the wrong remedy. The GOP, they say, should … Continue reading

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