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The Strangest Dictator

Tweet The Strangest Dictator, by Fritz Marquardt, 1942

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From settlement to dispossesion

A very interesting paper titled Examining the Nexus Between Philippine Constitutionalism and the Mindanao Conflict, by Atty….  The policy of settling Mindanao, according to the paper, reached a sinister crossroads in the 1960s, when the policy of settling empty areas turned into support for outright land-grabbing.  The paper makes reference to my own article, Repulsion and Colonization.

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A Communist and MLQ

Extracts from the memoirs of James Allen (Sol Auerbach).

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QMC on Google Earth

As featured in Vista Pinas, with links to Flickr photos.

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Positive interdependence

Former LA Consul-General Edwin Bael says Quezon was Right.

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December 30, 1937

Tweet The proclamation of, and the justification for, the National Language:

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Barangay Quezon, ,Jr.

Just discovered there’s a barangay named after my father: Bggy.  Quezon, Jr.  in Ormoc City, Leyte.

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That pesky quote

An inquiry from, and then an email to, Butch Dalisay.

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Quezon in Texas, 1937

Quezon visits Waco, Texas, April 7, 1937 discovered online.

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Calauag, Quezon

Katataspulong looks back on family life and politics in the Calauag of old.

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20 Peso coin

Word is, the 20 Peso bill is to be phased out next year and replaced with a coin.

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Quezon, Isabela

An absolutely topnotch Wikipedia article on Quezon, Isabela.

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