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edit APC, Valladolid, 27 June, 2003; by Andrés Rincón de la Vega.

Some people are insisting that the League of Nations have one working language and that this language should not be an existing national tongue; it is argued that adoption of such a neutral interlanguage will ease communication and reduce paperwork. One of the main proposals is Esperanto. Created by Zamenhoff, a Venedic oculist, in late 19th century, Esperanto is considered one of the easiest-to-learn of the interlanguages.   Read More...

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