H.L. Mencken > The American Language > Bibliography > 15. The Future of the Language
H.L. Mencken (1880–1956).  The American Language.  1921.

15. The Future of the Language
Babbitt, Eugene H.: The Geography of the Great Languages, World’s Work, Feb., 1908.
Bather, F. A. (and others): Will English Become the World Language? English, Feb., 1921, p. 451.
Brackebusch, W.: Is English Destined to Become the Universal Language of the World? Göttingen, 1868.
Emerson, Oliver F.: The Future of American Speech, Dial, vol. xiv, p. 270.
Long, Bernard (and others): English vs. Esperanto As A World Language, English, March, 1919, p. 19.
Matthews, Brander: Is the English Language Degenerating? (in Essays on English; New York, 1921).
——: One World-Language or Two? (in Essays on English; New York, 1921).
Porter, D. G.: English as a Universal Language, Jour. Society of Science, vol. xxxii, p. 117.
Read, Richard P.: The American Tongue, New York Sun, Feb. 26, 1918.
Watts, Harvey M.: Need of Good English Growing as World Turns to Its Use, New York Sun, Nov. 9, 1919.
Weaver, John V. A.: Serious Uses of the American Language, Double-Dealer (New Orleans), Oct., 1921, p. 143.


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