Media Archives
  1. Les Petits Francophiles
    Washington Post, Sunday, October 26th, 1986 • 900 Words
  2. Many Supporters Also Favor Bilingual Education, Ballots
    Los Angeles Times, Saturday, October 25th, 1986 • 1,200 Words
  3. Ballot Issues In California Prompt Political Warfare
    New York Times, Thursday, October 23rd, 1986 • 1,100 Words
  4. Prop. 63 -- A New Battle In Historical War Of Words
    Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, October 21st, 1986 • 1,600 Words
  5. Prop. 63 Roots Traced To Small Michigan City
    Los Angeles Times, Monday, October 20th, 1986 • 2,600 Words
  6. Grants and Contracts to Aid Bilingual Education Awarded
    Associated Press, Saturday, October 18th, 1986 • 500 Words
  7. Norman Cousins Drops His Support Of Prop. 63
    Los Angeles Times, Thursday, October 16th, 1986 • 1,200 Words
  8. English-Only Proposition Kindles Minorities' Fears
    Los Angeles Times, Sunday, October 12th, 1986, FRONT PAGE • 3,400 Words
  9. Initiative Seeks to Make English the Civil Tongue
    Washington Post, Saturday, October 11th, 1986 • 1,300 Words
  10. California's Big Debate
    National Journal, Saturday, October 11th, 1986 • 1,000 Words
  11. A war over words
    U.S. News & World Report, Monday, October 6th, 1986 • 700 Words
  12. Governor Favors Bilingual Education---With Changes
    Los Angeles Times, Sunday, October 5th, 1986 • 600 Words
  13. El Monte District Struggles To Find Bilingual Teachers
    Los Angeles Times, Sunday, October 5th, 1986 • 1,600 Words
  14. Governor's Bilingual Bill Veto Draws Fire
    Los Angeles Times, Saturday, October 4th, 1986 • 900 Words
  15. Wrong In Any Language
    Los Angeles Times, Friday, October 3rd, 1986 • 500 Words
  16. Deukmejian Vetoes Bill On Bilingual Education
    Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, October 1st, 1986, FRONT PAGE • 2,000 Words