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A Man Called Tet

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His colleagues called him “the pitbull of Congress”—not without some affection—knowing that once he had latched on to a cause, Enrique “Tet” Garcia Jr. would not let go, no matter the political fallout.
Serving both as congressman and governor of Bataan, Garcia transformed the province into a national model in such areas as health, education, and business development. He de
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newsprint, 192 pages
Published 2015 by Anvil Publishing, Inc.
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Dr. José Y. Dalisay Jr. (Butch Dalisay to readers of his "Penman" column in the Philippine STAR) was born in Romblon, Philippines in 1954.

As of January 2006, he had published 15 books of his stories, plays, and essays, with five of those books receiving the National Book Award from the Manila Critics Circle. In 1998, he was named to the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Centennial Honors Li
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