In Paraguay, An Indigenous Language With Unique Staying Power
NYTimes, 12/mar/2012. "To this day, Paraguay remains the only country in the Americas where a majority of the population speaks one indigenous language: Guaraní. It is enshrined in the Constitution, officially giving it equal footing with the language of European conquest, Spanish. And in the streets, it is a source of national pride."

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