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Philippine Society and Revolution

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Philippine Society and Revolution by Amado Guerrero
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PHILIPPINE SOCIETY ANDREVOLUTION
Amado Guerrero
Originally Published in Mimeograph by theRevolutionary School of Mao Tsetung Thought1970
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
AUTHOR’S INTRODUCTION.....................................................................................1
 
CHAPTER ONE..........................................................................................................2
 
A REVIEW OF PHILIPPINE HISTORY........................................................................2
 
I.
 
THE PHILIPPINES AND THE PEOPLE..............................................................................................2
 
II.
 
THE PEOPLE UPON THE COMING OF THE SPANISH COLONIALISTS.......................................3
 
III.
 
SPANISH COLONIALISM AND FEUDALISM.................................................................................5
 
IV.
 
THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION OF 1896.........................................................................................7
 
V.
 
THE FILIPINO-AMERICAN WAR....................................................................................................11
 
VI.
 
THE COLONIAL RULE OF U.S. IMPERIALISM.............................................................................13
 
VII.
 
THE PEOPLE’S STRUGGLE AGAINST JAPANESE IMPERIALISM...........................................18
 
VIII.
 
THE PRESENT PUPPET REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES.......................................................20
 
1.
 
The Roxas Puppet Regime, 1946-48....................................................................................................21
 
2.
 
The Quirino Puppet Regime, 1948-53.................................................................................................23
 
3.
 
The Magsaysay Puppet Regime, 1954-57............................................................................................25
 
4.
 
The Garcia Puppet Regime, 1957-61...................................................................................................27
 
5.
 
The Macapagal Puppet Regime, l962-65..............................................................................................29
 
6.
 
The Marcos Puppet Regime, 1966-......................................................................................................33
 
IX.
 
THE REESTABLISHMENT OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES..................37
 
CHAPTER TWO.......................................................................................................39
 
BASIC PROBLEMS OF THE FILIPINO PEOPLE.......................................................39
 
I.
 
A SEMICOLONIAL AND SEMIFEUDAL SOCIETY.........................................................................39
 
II.
 
U.S. IMPERIALISM............................................................................................................................40
 
1.
 
The Meaning of Imperialism...............................................................................................................40
 
2.
 
Bogus Independence and the Unequal Treaties....................................................................................42
 
3.
 
U.S. Monopoly Control of the Philippines...........................................................................................45
 
4.
 
The Scheme to Prolong U.S. Domination............................................................................................48
 
III.
 
FEUDALISM....................................................................................................................................53
 
1.
 
The Meaning of Feudalism.................................................................................................................53
 
2.
 
The Hacienda System.........................................................................................................................55
 
3.
 
Sham Land Reform.............................................................................................................................57
 
4.
 
The Extent of Feudal and Semifeudal Exploitation..............................................................................61
 
5.
 
The Political Power of the Landlord Class...........................................................................................67
 
IV.
 
BUREAUCRAT CAPITALISM...........................................................................................................68
 
1.
 
The Meaning of Bureaucrat Capitalism...............................................................................................68
 
 
 ii
2.
 
Sources of Graft and Corruption.........................................................................................................70
 
3.
 
Fascism..............................................................................................................................................72
 
4.
 
Reformism and Modern Revisionism...................................................................................................74
 
CHAPTER THREE....................................................................................................77
 
THE PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTION........................................................77
 
I.
 
BASIC CHARACTER OF THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION...........................................................77
 
II.
 
CLASSES IN PHILIPPINE SOCIETY................................................................................................78
 
1.
 
The Landlord Class............................................................................................................................79
 
2.
 
The Bourgeoisie.................................................................................................................................80
 
3.
 
The Peasantry.....................................................................................................................................84
 
4.
 
The Proletariat...................................................................................................................................86
 
III.
 
CLASS BASIS OF STRATEGY AND TACTICS..............................................................................93
 
1.
 
Class Leadership and the Party...........................................................................................................93
 
2.
 
The Main Force and the Armed Struggle.............................................................................................94
 
3.
 
The Basic Alliance and the National United Front...............................................................................95
 
IV.
 
BASIC TASKS OF THE PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTION...............................................96
 
1.
 
In the Political Field...........................................................................................................................96
 
2.
 
In the Military Field...........................................................................................................................97
 
3.
 
In the Economic Field.........................................................................................................................97
 
4.
 
In the Cultural Field...........................................................................................................................98
 
5.
 
In the Field of Foreign Relations.........................................................................................................99
 
V.
 
PERSPECTIVE OF THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION.....................................................................99
 

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