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"..well worth reading. Salamanca, through meticulous scholarship, has uncovered much of great interest, especially in the section dealing with the private lack of enthusiasm on the part of Quezon and Osmena for early independence. He writes with clarity and force." David Joel Steinberg Universtity of Michigan In The American Historical Review "Probably the most scholarly presentation of the revisionist approach to the Taft Era which sees collaboration between ilustrados and the Philippine Commission as the principal theme, with both American reformism and Filipino nationalist resistance reduced to subsidiary roles." Compadre Colonialism "...the author has mad a significant contribution to the history of the Philippine-American relations." Michael P. Onorato California State College In Pacific Historical Review "This is a fine study of the "Taft Era", in the Philippines. It focuses on the Filipino elite and demonstrates that by ruling through this group the United States was restricted in many ways to only those policies whose goals were shared by this elite, such as in the fields of education and religion. Where the goals differed, such as in decentralization or socioeconomic reforms, little change as affected." "The study under review is the fruit of wide and diligent research in many sources as yet little explored, and is a substantial addition to our knowledge of this crucial period in Filipino-American relations. ...the work of Professor Salamanca is of great value, not ony for the solid results of his research, but for the numerous directions for further research to which it points." John N. Schumacher Ateneo de Manila University in Philippine Studies
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Book Description New Day Publishers,, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines, 1984. Softcover. Condition: Good++. Seller Inventory # 45670
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