English is spoken by the majority of the people in the city, county and region of Los Angeles. Spanish is the second most spoken home language in Los Angeles. The linguistic diversity of Los Angeles is increasing again, providing for a different multilingualism than the historic bilingualisms the area has known over the longue duree. The changes in racial, immigrant and linguistic diversity between 1965 and 2015 were dramatic for Los Angeles as it was for the state and the nation. In 1960, Los Angeles County had a little over 60 organized municipalities within it; most started as company towns or white bedroom communities and suburbs early in the twentieth century. The language politics between 1965 and 2015 in California and the Los Angeles region reflected those across the nation. Korean-owned businesses in other areas also cater to other language minorities, but this at times entails miscommunications or racial conflicts.