Excerpt from Esperanto at a Glance: The International Language; History, Grammar, and Vocabulary
Any one who has any relations with foreign countries and peoples knows how tedious is the diversity of languages in the world, with all the dis advantages and losses of time or mo... ney it causes. Nobody now thinks of destroying the national languages and Obliging all men on earth to speak one same universal language; but many think that nobody will complain when one day, in the schools of all countries, the children will learn, besides their native tongue, a practical and easy international language which will give them ac cess to the whole world.
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