EDSA UNO, A Narrative and Analysis with Notes on Dos & Tres

EDSA UNO A Narrative and Analysis with Notes on Dos Tres This book sets down almost minute by minute the final hours of the reign of the late dictator One is grateful for the near barebones accounting of who what where when and what was the trigger The

  • Title: EDSA UNO, A Narrative and Analysis with Notes on Dos & Tres
  • Author: Angela Stuart-Santiago
  • ISBN: 9789719518112
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book sets down, almost minute by minute, the final hours of the reign of the late dictator One is grateful for the near barebones accounting of who, what, where, when and what was the trigger The minimal editorializing enables the archetypal themes of this endgame to radiate through, imprinting it with the indelibility of timelessness from the Foreword, Ninotchk This book sets down, almost minute by minute, the final hours of the reign of the late dictator One is grateful for the near barebones accounting of who, what, where, when and what was the trigger The minimal editorializing enables the archetypal themes of this endgame to radiate through, imprinting it with the indelibility of timelessness from the Foreword, Ninotchka Rosca

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    • I sincerely think every Filipino should read this book. Truly.I was ten when the first EDSA revolution happened in 1986. As a kid, I remember it being a tumultuous time, without really understanding why it was tumultuous. And then the change of government. And the expectation of societal change.I am not a political analyst, nor do I claim to even have a good knowledge of politics in my country, but I do know that even now, when I am already 38, most of us are still waiting for real political and [...]


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