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Cinderella’s invited to the Prom

Tweet CINDERELLA’S INVITED TO THE PROM By Manuel L. Quezon III Philippines Free Press October 26, 1996 A dew weeks ago, the leaders of the world’s richest countries wanted to feel good about themselves. They also wanted the world to feel good about them. So they announced that thenceforth the foreign debts of the poorest …

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The beers of our lives

Tweet The beers of our lives by Manuel L. Quezon III October 9, 1996 San Miguel Brewery Manila: Exclusive privilege of its system of brewing until the year ninteen hundred and ten. The products of this factory are so well known that there are none beter liked in the market for quality and cheap prices. …

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DESIERTO JUGEND

Tweet DESIERTO JUGEND By Manuel L. Quezon III Philippines Free Press October 5, 1996   The majority of our population now consists of the youth. This large and amorphous sector, surveys tell us, is growing rootless and wild, alienated in the Filipino diaspora. Their parents and other relatives have been leaving the country in droves …

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The fabric of freedom, 10 Years After Edsa

Tweet TODAY Newspaper Edsa 10th Anniversary Special The fabric of freedom by Manuel L. Quezon III February 25, 1996—ON January 15, 1973, an execution—which, in retrospect, foreshadowed the elements of the rise of Ferdinand Marcos and also of his ignominious fall—took place. The condemned was no hero of democracy; he was a Chinese “alleged drug …

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Canned adobo and other S&T adventures

Tweet Canned adobo and other S&T adventures By Manuel L. Quezon III Philippines Free Press October 11, 1995   …With the tremendous amount of money being spent by the government in its industrialization which is being handled by the NDC, there is quite a big field for you who are taking chemistry and chemical engineering …

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Adolf Rizal (and his Half Brother, Rizal Zedong)

Tweet Adolf Rizal (and his Half Brother, Rizal Zedong) Manuel L. Quezon III, Today Newspaper Saturday, September 17, 1994 Here is the craziest thing I’ve heard (and I’ve heard it more than once, at parties): Adolf Hitler was really the illegitimate son of Jose Rizal. Here is the second craziest thing I’ve heard: Mao Zedong was …

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