Contributors to SSS newsletters 1917-2002.
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- Society news: AGM report. News1.
- Hon Sec: From my postbag, BEtSS, Howlers. News2.
- Article: The way forward. News3.
- Report: From the Secretary. News4.
- Hon Sec: John Downing visit, Letters received, Quotations. News5.
- Section I: Items from my postbag. SSS Secretary. News7.
- Letter: New Spelling 90. N2.
Gilet, Peter. Letter: The future common language of humanity. SS3.
- Letter: Faster to read - but who needs speed? SS4.
- Letter: Learning spelling as a series of reflexes. SS7.
- Letter: Foneticism a second priority? SS9.
- Letter: Start chang'n it! SS14.
- Letter: Revolutionary approach, subversive movement, acts of violence? SS16.
Gladstone, Kate. Article: Does illegibility go with shorter spelling? SS2.
Gledhill, Chris. See Journals.
- Article: What can we learn from Esperanto? SS7.
- Letter: Leaving no room for confusion! SS8.
- One Member: A pre-Christmas office experiment. SS9.
- Letter: Part of national identity. SS15.
Gloin, Lew. Media item: Is 'rong' the right spelling? News2.
- Article: An Indian viewpoint. News4.
- Sections Four, Five: Roman Lipi Parishad. News5.
- Section III: A Roman Script for India. News7.
- This 'n' that: Globish - global English. SS7.
- Article: Another view from India. A link language on a parallel route. SS9.
- Letter: Place renaming is an ongoing process. SS11.
Gregersen, Edgar A. See Journals.
- Section Three: 'Simplified' is not always simpler. News5.
- Letter: Call for official SSS foneme statement. SS9.
- Letter: Technically yes, psychologically ...? SS13.
OO wuns mor. Pyoneer Mar