The future of the Philippine left

creating the future of the Filipino people / Roland G. Simbulan
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College of Arts and Sciences, University of the Philippines, Department of Social Sciences , Manila
SeriesOccasional paper / College of Arts and Sciences, University of the Phlippines -- v. 1, no. 6
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LC ClassificationsDS686.614+
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Pagination[30] p. :
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Open LibraryOL24570480M
LC Control Number2010387772

Summarizing, the three main themes of the Philippine future will be: Dynastic, authoritarian government acting as an annex to China with leaders well-compensated for their allegiances to a foreign power and money. The U.S. then fought Spain during the Spanish-American war and took possession of the Philippines, which prompted the Philippine-American war that took place from to Author: Saleah Blancaflor.

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"I WOULD rather see the Philippines sunk to the bottom of the sea than have them remain in permanent dependence upon any nation." These words were uttered in a political speech last year by Manuel Quezon, President of the Philippine Senate and leader of the Nationalista party, the party that demands immediate and unqualified independence for the by: 2.

In thinking about the future of the Filipino, the next leader of our country might consider the age-old admonition of the philosopher John Dewey—that we have to “define the kind of society we have in mind.” On the other hand, the liberal arts have been left to the Author: Christopher Ryan Maboloc.

The part of the Philippine left that went furthest in this convergence was the National-Democrats, or NDs. The political and ideological center of this current is the CPP. The party leads a broad range of underground “sectoral organizations” that organize specific.

The future of the Philippines lies neither with the US nor with the other “superpowers”but with our Southeast Asian neighbors, and that is what the next president is going to have to work toward. Philippine History & Government by Reynaldo Oliveros, Ma.

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It is intended to introduce them into the history of their own island country. The subject of Philippine history is.

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occupation, resulting in the Philippine–American War (–). The estimated GDP per capita for the Philippines inthe year Spain left and the First Philippine Republic was in operation, was $1, That made it the second-richest place in all of Asia, just a little behind Japan.

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