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Spelling reform in the United States
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Spelling reform in the United States


Library of Congress Manuscript Division


In a letter to the editor of The Times, Andrew Carnegie advocates on behalf of the Simplified Spelling Board, comprised of literary men in America who are trying to simplify the English language and make it more efficient. Carnegie advocates for a board comprised of men from all English speaking countries, in hopes that it will make the language better and more efficient.

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Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919

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Spelling reform in the United States. Theodore Roosevelt Papers. Library of Congress Manuscript Division. Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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