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Philipine Society and Revolution

Philipine Society and Revolution

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Guerrero, Amado. "Philippine Society and Revolution." Philippines: Revolutionary School of Mao Tsetung Thought, 1970.

Written by Jose Maria Sison under the name of Amado Guerrero, Philippine Society and Revolution uses MLM thought and turns it onto the country of the Philippines in order to explain why the Philippines had become such an under developed country economically and why there was such rampant poverty and feudalism despite a vast array of gold, lumber, fish, farming, and wealth of potential industry.

He found that the there were three basic problems, Bureaucrat Capitalism, Semi-Feudalism, and U.S. Imperialism.

It was also used as a polemic against the current Communist Party of the Philippines (PKP) leadership which had aligned itself with soon to be dictator Marcos and the bourgeois elite.
Guerrero, Amado. "Philippine Society and Revolution." Philippines: Revolutionary School of Mao Tsetung Thought, 1970.

Written by Jose Maria Sison under the name of Amado Guerrero, Philippine Society and Revolution uses MLM thought and turns it onto the country of the Philippines in order to explain why the Philippines had become such an under developed country economically and why there was such rampant poverty and feudalism despite a vast array of gold, lumber, fish, farming, and wealth of potential industry.

He found that the there were three basic problems, Bureaucrat Capitalism, Semi-Feudalism, and U.S. Imperialism.

It was also used as a polemic against the current Communist Party of the Philippines (PKP) leadership which had aligned itself with soon to be dictator Marcos and the bourgeois elite.

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PHILIPPINE SOCIETY ANDREVOLUTION
Amado Guerrero
Originally Published in Mimeograph by theRevolutionary School of Mao Tsetung Thought1970
 
 i
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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