The Rebirth of Marcos’ ‘New Society:’ A Cautionary Tale 36 Years in the Making
By Japhet Quitzon
Many of the Filipinos who voted for Ferdinand Marcos Jr. had grown tired of corrupt officials, slow progress, and broken promises.
Why the US Seized the Philippines at the End of the 19th Century
By Robert Farley
McKinley did not have much in the way of a well-thought out plan for seizing the Philippines.