The Political and Constitutional Ideas of the Philippine Revolution
The book concedes that the Revolution of 1896 was a national movement caused mainly by oppressive feudal conditions and the abuses of Spanish friars and officials. The organization responsible for the uprising was the secret nationalist society called Katipunan. In Cesar A. Majul’s words, “It was the tyranny of the government as experienced by the masses, and the realizati...more
Paperback, 1996 Edition, 252 pages
Published January 28th 1996 by University of Philippines Press
(first published 1967)
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