Category: Quezoniana

The “Windfall” Revenue Controversy, 1937-1941

Tweet The “Windfall” Revenue Controversy (1937-1941): A Perspective on Philippine Commonwealth History by Satoshi Nakano: commonwealth funds windfall debate.PDF

Steam jet boat for the Philippines

Tweet Intriguing story in Ahead of her time: Woman, 94, remembers earlier life as a fireman on Lake Michigan boat.

Filipinos in the United States, 1909-1943

Tweet Another paper by French historian William Guéraiche: “Not Quite American: The Philippine Community in the United States (1907-1941)” in (Re)Presenting Filipino Americans, Asian American Studies Institute (A.A.S.I.)-University of Connecticut (U.S.A.), September 2002. My apologies to the author for the citation on this entry previously, which was incorrect. “Not Quite American: The Philippine Community in …

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A French historian’s view

Tweet William Guerauche examines how MLQ networked, politically, through his correspondence: Sociability and personal bonds in the Philippines under American Colonisation – Upload a Document to Scribd Read this document on Scribd: Sociability and personal bonds in the Philippines under American Colonisation   In French: sociabilitás ph.pdf.

Amendments, circa 1939

Philippines Free Press, July 15, 1939.

An oppositionist’s estimation

See Juan Sumulong: Dreamer, not demagogue, circa 1938.

Reconciliation

My March 23, 2006 column.

MLQ and the Church

Quezon and the Church, by Frederic S.  Marquardt, 1954.

When peace comes

See Quezon Beach, Patikul.  Via Sulu History.

Presidents at play

Presidents at play, by Filemon Tutay, July 9, 1949.

Re-constructing colonial Philippines

Re-constructing Colonial Philippines: 1900-1910 by Patricio Abinales.

MLQ and crooks

See How Quezon handled government crooks, August 19, 1961, Crooked judges get the boot, May 27, 1939 and Quezon and the judiciary, 1959.