• The Filipino Is Worth Dying for
    ARMAINE D. ARENAL BSA – I Question: If Jose Rizal is not the national hero, who do you think has the attributes of a true national hero? “The Filipino is worth dying for.” (A Reflective Essay) Although the declaration of the Philippines’ national hero wasn’t held duri
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  • Reaction Paper on the Filipino Is Worth Dying for
    “The Filipino is worth dying for” This simple yet powerful statement, attributed to Benigno “Ninoy” S. Aquino, Jr., is one of the most popular quotes in Philippine society. It is quoted by great statesmen in their speeches, it is reprinted on thousands of t-shirts – but in truth, Ninoy ne
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  • the Filipino is worth dying for
    The Filipino is Worth Dying For [Ninoy Aquino] I have spent almost eight long and lonely years in military confinement. The problem of Martial Rule and its injustices have nagged me all these years. During those eight years, I learned the true meaning of humiliation of courage, of hunger...
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  • Last Journey of Ninoy
    Essentially, the film re-enacts the last few days of Ninoy’s life - from the time he said goodbye to his family in Boston to board the plane that would take him to Los Angeles, Singapore and across the border to Johore in Malaysia, then Hong Kong and Taipei, up to his arrival in Manila on August 2
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  • Rizal and Aquino
    Biography of Ninoy Aquino He smiles, but his eyes look wary. Aquino walks out onto the tarmac of the Manila International Airport, while uniformed men prevent his companions from following. Suddenly the sound of a shot rings through the plane. Aquino's traveling companions begin to wail; three
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  • Ninoy
    Ninoy made dream possible By Minerva Generalao Philippine Daily Inquirer First Posted 04:15:00 08/21/2009 Filed Under: Cory Aquino, Dictatorship, Inquirer Politics,HeroismMANILA, Philippines ? His favorite song, ?The Impossible Dream,? summed up Benigno ?Ninoy? Aquino Jr.?s uncompromising s
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  • Character of Corazon Aquino as a Filipino Woman in the Biography by Lucy Komisar
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Literature is any form of expressing human’s simple to complex experiences that blend, combined and applied into words, well-chosen and arranged. It is full of thoughts, feelings, dreams, sorrows, aspirations and grief of human express
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  • Benigno Aquino, Jr.
    Benigno Aquino, Jr. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Ninoy Aquino" and "Sen. Ninoy Aquino" redirect here. For other uses, see Ninoy Aquino (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Benigno Aquino III. Benigno S. Aquino, Jr. Ninoy2.jpg Senator of the Philippines In office December 30, 1
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