The language of Quechua

The United Press International article "Peru Vice President Rallies Critics of Coup," April 21, incorrectly mentions that Quechua is a dialect.

Quechua, spoken by more than 13 million people in Bolivia, Peru, and Ecuador, is not a dialect but a language, a major South American language. Sacha Llorentti, Lincoln, R.I.

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