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Notes on the New Society of the Philippines

4.54 of 5 stars 4.54  ·  rating details  ·  214 ratings  ·  7 reviews
...I could not, however, have put off bringing out these "notes". Our people need to know as much as they can about the events which led to the declaration of martial law; the meaning of our present circumstances, and their significance for our future.

It is, after all, their destiny. And a leader cannot shirk his duty of explaining, elucidating, and educating, whenever he
Paperback, 214 pages
Published 1973
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Jul 10, 2014 Jareed rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Historians, Social Scientists, CDA Scholars, Cracks in the Parchment approach

If Mao Zedong had a Little Red Book in China's Cultural Revolution, Ferdinand Marcos, in comprasion, tried to create a justifying 'bible' for his tyranny and corruption with Notes on the New Society of the Philippines.

Marcos has proven too well that his political charisma can be fully translated in what he writes. Notes on the New Society of the Philippines is no exception to that (Caution: He might win you over).

Just as his tyrannical and definitively despotic regime pretentiously stood for th
There is so many Questions surrounding this book. If we did our job to do change then the new society would work and we would be a super power in asia. It is not by the president alone but change comes within us
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i want to read but i cant
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How can I read this pls help , I've been longing to read this as a filipino ,
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Ferdinand Emmanuel Edralin Marcos was President of the Philippines from 1965 to 1986. He was a lawyer, member of the Philippine House of Representatives (1949-1959) and a member of the Philippine Senate (1959-1965). He was Senate President in 1963. He claimed that during World War II he had been the leader of Ang Maharlika, a guerrilla force in northern Luzon. As Philippine president and strongman ...more
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