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INGLISH DREAMS: Andrew Carnegie's Seven Million Dollar Spelling Mistake and Spel


INGLISH DREAMS: Andrew Carnegie's Seven Million Dollar Spelling Mistake and Spel

In this unique account of historical fact mixed with modern fiction, Andrew Carnegie, Martin Luther King, George Bernard Shaw, Mark Twain, Henry the Fifth, Joan of Arc and others appear in dreams to a modern English teacher and relaunch an unstoppable spelling reform movement that is spreading thru the world. Fact: Andrew Carnegie, the richest man in the world, gave more than seven million dollars for spelling reform in the 1900`s. Shaw, Twain, Webster, and others also supported the efforts. These reformers were ahead of their time, but their reasons for advocating spelling reform are more compelling and more attainable today. The author, Dr. David Clyde Walters invites readers to learn more and to join The English Spelling Society http://www.spellingsociety.org/ or the American Literacy Council http://www.americanliteracy.com/ in a modern spelling revolution that is making positive changes to the Inglish language.

  • Author: Dr. David C Walters
  • Published: 2018-04-14 03:35:08
  • Words: 39168
INGLISH DREAMS: Andrew Carnegie's Seven Million Dollar Spelling Mistake and Spel INGLISH DREAMS: Andrew Carnegie's Seven Million Dollar Spelling Mistake and Spel