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Is english the New RussianIn 1963, at the height of the Cold War between the united states and the former Soviet Union, I was ten years old and my older brother a junior in high school. As a young man keen to study politics when he got to university, he elected to study Russian to fulfill his foreign language requirement. The Soviet Union seemed a genuine threat to our economy and our military, indeed to our very existence, and thus it was felt by many educators and national leaders that educating more young people who could speak Russian was a valuable investment both in our national security and their own careers. American students enrolled in Russian classes in droves--it became for a while the ‘glamour’ language, much more exciting (if unpronounceable) than the tired offerings in spanish and french, where year after year a student re-named Pedro wore a sombrero and hit a pinata on his birthday (yes, we actually did this in my third-grade spanish class) or Madame taught her pupils to make mousse au chocolat (in reality, chocolate pudding--but who knew). By the time I graduated from university in 1976, Russian had disappeared from