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Eagle-watchTHE persisting agony faced by President Ferdinand E. Marcos during martial law was the legitimacy of his brutal and corrupt regime. In the process, a number of legal measures were established, including the formation of local community units, later called barangays, which became the venue of the ratification of his self-serving 1972 Philippine Constitution. However, as…

The economic ruins of martial law (Business Mirror (Philippines))

Eagle-watchTHE persisting agony faced by President Ferdinand E. Marcos during martial law was the legitimacy of his brutal and corrupt regime. In the process, a number of legal measures were established, including the formation of local community units, later called barangays, which became the venue of the ratification of his self-serving 1972 Philippine Constitution. However, as…

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