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  • People inclined to be worried about the language will find ammunition, for example, in The Inarticulate Society.
    one — The Language Wars (39% in)
  • Those temperamentally so inclined will find reassurance in two books we have already quoted, The Way We Talk Now, by Geoffrey Nunberg, and Language Myths, edited by Laurie Bauer and Peter Trudgill, a collection of essays debunking widely held conceptions (or, as the authors maintain, misconceptions) about our language.
    one — The Language Wars (41% in)

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