The Situation in the Phillippines: An Interview with Jose Ma. Sison
AbstractJose Ma. Sison entered progressive political activism as a young university graduate at the close of the 1950s. At that time, the Philippine revolutionary movement of the 1940s and early 1950s known as the Huk rebellion had been decisively crushed, but anti-imperialist and patriotic anti-clerical sentiment was being articulated by the great nationalist Senator Claro M. Recto.
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