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We imagine what the Philippines would look like if Britain did not surrender the country to Spain.
 
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And the unsung revolutionists: The Sakdalistas.
 
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This tradition of supposed 'respect for seniors' dates further back in history than we realize.
 
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La Paz’s Francisco Makabulos protected Central Luzon against the Spanish and the Americans.
 
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He was once called the terror of Cavite, but some remember him as a renegade hero.
 
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Eman Lacaba gave everything in all his endeavors, whether in writing or struggle with the people.
 
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Ed Geronia recalls his life before and after being infected with polio.
 
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The man from Albay chose to give up a comfortable life to fight for the country.
 
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When he returned to his hometown, he was met with a standing ovation.
 
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His life and faith is a reminder of the hold of religion in the Philippines.
 
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Thus ends the Tiger of Malaya’s last campaign: broken, defeated, and surrendering to the very man he once defeated to gain his name.
 
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Two unlikely dudes took on Wall Street, pharma nerds, and God-and got America hooked on a little blue pill.
 
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Local heroes who defended their territories against colonial rule
 
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UP students Mary Eileen Sarmenta and Allan Gomez's lives were cut short, but the man convicted of killing them might get a second chance.
 
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Separating fact from misinformation about one of the most important figures who shaped Philippine history.
 
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Labor leader and worker's champion Crisanto Evangelista left an indelible mark in Philippine history.
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