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Philippines - REFERENCE




Philippines - Bibliography

Philippines
Abaya, Hernando J. Betrayal in the Philippines. New
     York: Wyn, 1946.

Abueva, Jose V. "Ideology and Practice in the `New Society'."
     Pages 32-84 in David A. Rosenberg (ed.), Marcos and
     Martial Law in the Philippines. Ithaca: Cornell
     University Press, 1979.

Agoncillo, Teodoro A. The Fateful Years: Japan's Adventure in
     the Philippines. (2 vols.) Quezon City, Philippines:
     Garcia, 1965.

Arce, Wilfredo F., and Richardo G. Abad. "The Social Situation."
     Pages 55-69 in John Bresnan (ed.), Crisis in the
     Philippines: The Marcos Era and Beyond. Princeton:
     Princeton University Press, 1986.

Averch, Harvey A., et al. The Matrix of Policy in the
     Philippines. Princeton: Princeton University Press,
     1971.

Beckett, Jeremy. "The Defiant and the Compliant: The
     datus of Maguindanao under Colonial Rule." Pages
     391-414 in Alfed W. McCoy and E.C. de Jesus (eds.),
     Philippine Social History: Global Trade and Local
     Transformations. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press,
     1982.

Bonner, Raymond. Waltzing with a Dictator: The Marcoses and
     the Making of American Policy. New York: Times Books,
     1987.

Bresnan, John (ed.). Crisis in the Philippines: The Marcos
     Era and Beyond. Princeton: Princeton University Press,
     1986.

Carmen, Rolando V. del. "Constitutionality and Judicial
     Politics." Pages 85-112 in David A. Rosenberg (ed.),
     Marcos and Martial Law in the Philippines. Ithaca:
     Cornell University Press, 1979.

Casambre, Napoleon J. "The Response to Harrison's Administration
     in the Philippines, 1913-21," Asian Studies
     [Manila], 7, No. 2, August 1969, 156-70.

Cheong, W.E. "The Decline of Manila as the Spanish Entrepot in
     the Far East, 1785-1826: Its Impact on the Pattern of
     Southeast Asian Trade," Journal of Southeast Asian
     Studies [Singapore], 2, No. 2, September 1971, 142-58.

Coates, Austin. Rizal: Philippine Nationalist and
     Martyr. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1968.

Coleman, Ambrose. The Friars in the Philippines. Boston:
     Marlier, Callanan, 1899.

Constantino, Renato. Neocolonial Identity and
     Counterconsciousness. White Plains, New York: Sharpe,
     1978.

Cushner, Nicholas P. Landed Estates in the Colonial
     Philippines. (Southeast Asia Studies, Monograph Series,
     No. 20.) New Haven: Yale University, 1976.

de Morga, Antonio. History of the Philippine Islands, From
     Their Discovery by Magellan in 1521 to the Beginning of the
     XVII Century: With Descriptions of Japan, China, and
     Adjacent Countries. (Reprint.) New York: Kraus, 1970.

Elliot, Charles Burke. The Philippines to the End of the
     Commission Government: A Study in Tropical Democracy.
     New York: Greenwood Press, 1968.

Friend, Theodore. Between Two Empires: The Ordeal of the
     Philippines. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1965.

------. The Blue Eyed Enemy: Japan Against the West in Java
     and Luzon. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1988.

------. "Philippine-American Tensions in History." Pages 3-29 in
     John Bresnan (ed.), Crisis in the Philippines: The
     Marcos Era and Beyond. Princeton: Princeton University
     Press, 1986.

Gates, John Morgan. Schoolbooks and Krags: The United States
     Army in the Philippines, 1898-1902. (Contributions in
     Miltary History, No. 3.) Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood
     Press, 1973.

Gowing, Peter G. Muslim Filipinos: Heritage and Horizon.
     Quezon City, Philippines: New Day, 1979.

Hall, D.G.E. A History of South-East Asia. (4th ed.) New
     York: St. Martin's Press, 1981.

Hill, Hal. "The Philippine Economy in 1985: The Decline
     Continues." Pages 239-60 in Southeast Asian Affairs,
     1986. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,
     1986.

Hunt, Chester L. "Philippine Values and Martial Law," Journal
     of Southeast Asian Studies [Singapore], 11, No. 1,
     March 1980, 110-21.

Kerkvliet, Benedict J. The Huk Rebellion: A Study of Peasant
     Revolt in the Philippines. Berkeley: University of
     California Press, 1977.

------. "Land Reform: Emancipation or Counterinsurgency?" Pages
     113-44 in David A. Rosenberg (ed.), Marcos and Martial
     Law in the Philippines. Ithaca: Cornell University
     Press, 1979.

Kessler, Richard J. "Politics Philippine Style, Circa 1984,"
     Asian Survey, 24, No. 12, December 1984, 1209-28.

Lachica, Eduardo. The Huks: Philippine Agrarian Society in
     Revolt. New York: Praeger, 1971.

Landé, Carl H. "Authoritarian Rule in the Philippines: Some
     Critical Views." (A review article.) Pacific
     Affairs [Vancouver], 55, No. 1, Spring 1982, 80-93.

------. Leaders, Factions, and Parties: The Structure of
     Philippine Politics. (Southeast Asia Studies, Monograph
     Series, No. 6.) New Haven: Yale University, 1964.

------. "The Political Crisis." Pages 114-44 in John Bresnan
     (ed.), Crisis in the Philippines: The Marcos Era and
     Beyond. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1986.

Larkin, John A. The Pampangans: Colonial Society in a
     Philippine Province. Berkeley: University of California
     Press, 1972.

Lindsey, Charles W. "Economic Crisis in the Philippines,"
     Asian Survey, 24, No. 12, December 1984, 1185-1207.

------. "In Search of Dynamism: Foreign Investment in the
     Philippines under Martial Law," Pacific Affairs
     [Vancouver], 56, No. 3, Fall 1983, 477-94.

McBeth, John. "Conspiracy Confirmed," Far Eastern Economic
     Review [Hong Kong], 150, No. 41, October 11, 1990, 11.

McCoy, Alfred W. "The Philippines: Independence Without
     Decolonization." Pages 22-65 in Jeffrey Robin (ed.),
     Asia: The Winning of Independence. New York: St.
     Martin's Press, 1981.

Magno, Jose P., Jr., and A. James Gregor. "Insurgency and
     Counterinsurgency in the Philippines," Asian
     Survey, 26, No. 5, May 1986, 501-17.

Mahajani, Usha. Philippine Nationalism: External Challenge
     and Filipino Response, 1565-1946. St. Lucia,
     Queensland, Australia: University of Queensland Press, 1971.

Malin, Herbert S. "The Philippines in 1984: Grappling with
     Crisis," Asian Survey, 25, No. 2, February 1985,
     198-205.

May, Glenn Anthony. Social Engineering in the Philippines:
     The Aims, Execution, and Impact of American Colonial Policy,
     1900-13. (Contributions to Comparative Colonial
     Studies, No. 2.) Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press,
     1980.

May, R.J., and Francisco Nemenzo (eds.). The Philippines
     after Marcos. New York: St Martin's Press, 1985.

Mercado, Monina Allarey (ed.). People Power: An Eyewitness
     History of the Philippine Revolution of 1986. New York:
     Tenth Avenue Editions, 1986.

Miller, Stuart Creighton. `Benevolent Assimilation': The
     American Conquest of the Philippines, 1899-1903. New
     Haven: Yale University Press, 1982.

Molloy, Ivan. "Revolution in the Philippines: The Question of an
     Alliance Between Islam and Communism," Asian
     Survey, 25, No. 8, August 1985, 822-33.

Muego, Benjamin N. "The Executive Committee in the Philippines,"
     Asian Survey, 23, No. 11, November 1983, 1159-70.

Nawawi, Mohd. A. "Political Participation During the First Five
     Years of the New Society in the Philippines," Journal of
     Southeast Asian Studies [Singapore], 13, No. 2,
     September 1982, 270-78.

Noble, Lela Garner. "Ethnicity and Philippine-Malaysian
     Relations," Asian Survey, 15, No. 5, May 1975,
     453-72.

------. "Muslim Separatism in the Philippines, 1972-81: The
     Making of a Stalemate," Asian Survey, 21, No. 11,
     November 1981, 1097-1114.

------. "The National Interest and the National Image: Philippine
     Policy in Asia," Asian Survey, 13, No. 6, June
     1973, 560-76.

------. "Politics in the Marcos Era." Pages 70-113 in John
     Bresnan (ed.), Crisis in the Philippines: The Marcos Era
     and Beyond. Princeton: Princeton University Press,
     1986.

Overholt, William H. "The Rise and Fall of Ferdinand Marcos,"
     Asian Survey, 26, No. 11, November 1986, 1137-63.

Phelan, John Leddy. The Hispanization of the Philippines:
     Spanish Aims and Filipino Responses, 1565-1700.
     Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1967.

Reed, Robert R. Colonial Manila: The Context of Hispanic
     Urbanism and Process of Morphogenesis. Berkeley:
     University of California Press, 1978.

Reid, Anthony. Southeast Asia in the Age of Commerce,
     1450-1680, 1: The Lands Below the Winds. New Haven:
     Yale University Press, 1988.

Rosenberg, David A. "Introduction: Creating a `New Society'."
     Pages 13-31 in David A. Rosenberg (ed.), Marcos and
     Martial Law in the Philippines. Ithaca: Cornell
     University Press, 1979.

Sanchez, Aurora. "The Philippine Eonomic Recovery: Some Issues."
     Pages 264-74 in Southeast Asian Affairs, 1987.
     Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1987.

Schurz, William Lytle. The Manila Galleon. New York:
     Dutton, 1959.

Shalom, Stephen Rosskamm. The United States and the
     Philippines: A Study of Neocolonialism. Philadelphia:
     Institute for the Study of Human Issues, 1981.

Silliman, G. Sidney. "The Philippines in 1983: Authoritarianism
     Beleaguered," Asian Survey, 24, No. 2, February
     1984, 149-58.

Stanley, Peter W. A Nation in the Making: The Philippines and
     the United States, 1899-1921. Cambridge: Harvard
     University Press, 1974.

------. Reappraising an Empire: New Perspectives on
     Philippine-American History. (Harvard Studies in
     American-East Asia Relations, No. 10.) Cambridge: Harvard
     University Press, 1984.

Stauffer, Robert B. "Philippine Corporatism: A Note on the `New
     Society'," Asian Survey, 17, No. 4, April 1977,
     343-407.

Steinberg, David Joel. The Philippines: A Singular and a
     Plural Place. (2d ed.) Boulder, Colorado: Westview
     Press, 1990.

------. "Tradition and Response." Pages 30-54 in John Bresnan
     (ed.), Crisis in the Philippines: The Marcos Era and
     Beyond. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1986.

Steinberg, David Joel (ed.). In Search of Southeast Asia: A
     Modern History. (Rev. ed.) Honolulu: University of
     Hawaii Press, 1987.

Sturtevant, David R. Popular Uprisings in the Philippines,
     1840-1940. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1976.

Suhrke, Astri. "Political Rituals in Developing Nations: The Case
     of the Philippines," Journal of Southeast Asian
     Studies [Singapore], 2, No. 2, September 1971, 126-41.

Tarling, Nicholas. Sulu and Sabah: A Study of British Policy
     Toward the Philippines and North Borneo from the late 18th
     Century. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1978.

Timberman, David G. "Unfinished Revolution: The Philippines in
     1986." Pages 239-63 in Southeast Asian Affairs,
     1987. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,
     1987.

Villanueva, Honesto A. "The Independence Mission 1919:
     Independence Lies Ahead," Asian Studies [Manila],
     9, No. 3, December 1971, 282-306.

Villegas, Bernardo M. "The Economic Crisis." Pages 145-75 in John
     Bresnan (ed.), Crisis in the Philippines: The Marcos Era
     and Beyond. Princeton: Princeton University Press,
     1986.

------. "The Philippines in 1985: Rolling with the Political
     Punches," Asian Survey, 26, No. 2, February 1986,
     127-40.

------. "The Philippines in 1986: Democratic Reconstruction in
     the Post-Marcos Era," Asian Survey, 27, No. 2,
     February 1987, 194-205.

Wickberg, Edgar. The Chinese in Philippine Life,
     1850-98. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1965.

Wolff, Leon. Little Brown Brother: America's Forgotten Bid
     for Empire Which Cost 250,000 Lives. London: Longmans,
     1961. Reprint. New York: Kraus, 1970.

Youngblood, Robert L. "The Corazon Aquino `Miracle' and the
     Philippine Churches," Asian Survey, 27, No. 12,
     December 1987, 1240-55.

------. "The Philippines in 1981: From `New Society' to `New
     Republic'," Asian Survey, 22, No. 2, February 1982,
     226-35.

------. "The Philippines in 1982: Marcos Gets Tough with Domestic
     Critics," Asian Survey, 23, No. 2, February 1983,
     208-16.

------. "The Philippines in 1985: A Continuing Crisis of
     Confidence." Pages 225-38 in Southeast Asian Affairs,
     1986. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,
     1986.

Zaide, Gregorio F. The Pageant of Philippine History. (2
     vols.) Manila: Philippine Education, 1979.

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CITATION: Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress. The Country Studies Series. Published 1988-1999.

Please note: This text comes from the Country Studies Program, formerly the Army Area Handbook Program. The Country Studies Series presents a description and analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic, political, and national security systems and institutions of countries throughout the world.


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