Justin Umali

Justin is left-handed, left-leaning, and best left in a cool, damp place. He listens to Vampire Weekend when he's down and Car Seat Headrest when he's not. He usually writes about Philippine history and politics, and believes that you cannot change the world without understanding it first.
 
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Gomez, Burgos, and Zamora solidified the secularization movement and the nascent nationalism felt by so many.
 
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Three different accounts shed light on how foreigners viewed the country. 
 
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We’ve always had people like Rizal who showed the world what it meant to be an indio bravo, the 'pride of the Malay Race.'
 
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After 10 long years, a decision will be made about the dark event that took away the lives of 58 people and dulled national conscience.
 
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The Philippine archipelago was a collection of diverse political entities before the arrival of the Spanish.
 
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A planned revolt by the Manila noble class against Spanish rule may (or may not!) change the course of history.
 
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The generala was a veteran of three wars.
 
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Farmers are experiencing a crisis today, and it’s important that we understand why.
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