Generations get tested

Generations get tested – Apr. 12, 2004 is my column for today.

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    • Martin Bautista on April 13, 2004 at 6:39 am

    Thanks MLQIII for the response. The reason I raised the possibility was the sadness I felt when I read Buencamino’s memoirs in your column about the little girl who lingered close to the decaying corpse of her mother. Mutliply this tragedy a million times over and then fast forward to 2004 where 8 million of us Pinoys have been in a sense forced into a diaspora desperately seeking a better life. Why could we have not turned into a South Korea, Japan, Taiwan when we were definitely much more rabidly pro-America than any of these nations? Could Lolo MLQI have foreseen this disaster as he lay dying in Saranac lake?

    • maximo p. fabella "max" on April 12, 2004 at 12:26 pm

    MANUEL LUIS QUEZON, was the best BENOVOLENT
    DICTATOR THE PHILIPPINES PRODUCED. WE COULD
    LEARN LESSONS FROM IT.
    MY VIEW AS A STUDENT OF HISTORY.

    MAX

  1. Generations get tested

    *title borrowed My name is famous (haha). I got published again in PDI this time in Manuel L. Quezon III’ s column: The Long View. My name was printed in PDI many times, prominent ones are: one from Condrado’s column,…

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