2 edition of Philippines free press. found in the catalog.
Philippines free press.
|Other titles||1900-2000 the Philippine century|
|Contributions||LR Publications, Inc.|
|LC Classifications||DS685 .P56 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||318 p. :|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||99919554|
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Published by LR Publications in [Manila, Philippines. Written in EnglishPages: This August issues of the Philippine Free Press includes articles entitled “Quezon and Osmena: Their Last Battle”, “Stories of Quezon”, and. Philippines.
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It is known for being one of the few publications that dared to criticize the administration of Ferdinand Marcos in the years before the declaration of Martial Law, and for being one of the first.
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