Social Changes Outside Philippines During 19th Century in the Light of Rizal's Life

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The World in Rizal’s Time
Political Changes

Alferez, Alain Jared
Aquino, Angelica
Atienza, Aldrin
Baluyot, Rencie
Bernabe, Venzerie Rose
Lomibao, Justine



The Act of Union, a legislative agreement which united Ireland and Great Britain (England and Scotland) was enacted on January 1, 1801. On 1798, the Irish Rebellion brought the Irish question to the attention of the British Cabinet, and British Prime Minister, William Pitt, was convinced that the best solution was a union. The 1799 proposal met strong opposition from a number of members and was rejected by majority of the Irish parliament. However, the government pursued in changing the opposition’s view. During the 1800 session of the parliament, the Act of Union was finally passed.

In relation to Rizal
Rizal crafted a large number of writings that changed many lives of people not only in the Philippines but also in many parts of the world. And one of Rizal’s greatest works, published on the early time of Spanish colonization of the Philippines, is his annotation of Antonio Morga’s “Successo de las Islas Filipinas”. Dr. Jose Rizal reprinted in Paris Morga’s “Successo de las Islas Filipinas” with his annotation. It described the history of the Philippines before the Spanish period. Rizal had shown through this work of his that the Filipinos had a civilization worthy to be proud of even long before the Spaniards came the country.

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