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Marcos, Ferdinand
Marcos, Ferdinand E.
Marcos, Ferdinand Edralin
Marcos, Ferdinand Edralin (Pres. Philippines)
Marcos, Ferdinand Emmanuel Edralin
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Bacuñgan, Froilan M.
Filipíny President (1965-1985 : Marcos) (see also from)
Marcos Foundation. [Philippines.]
Philippines President (1965-1986 : Marcos) (see also from)
Philippines. Office of Media Affairs
Philippines. President (1965-1986 : Marcos)
Philippines. Supreme Court
Reunión Internacional sobre Cooperación y Desarrollo (1981 : Cancún, Mexico)
Romualdez Marcos, Imelda
Sison, Carmelo V.
Spivak, Lawrence E. (1900-1994)
Spivak, Lawrence Edmund (1900-1994)
Challenge and response.
Challenge, liberation, and hope.
collection of speeches of President Ferdinand E. Marcos., A
Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines (1973)
Decisions for the future : a collection of speeches of Ferdinand E. Marcos.
Democratic Revolution in the Philippine, The
democratic revolution in the Philippines, The
dialogue with my people, A : selected speeches of Ferdinand E. Marcos, September 1972-September 1973
Dream of a reformed society and other speeches
dynamics of development, The
Encounter with destiny : termination of martial law : speech delivered by President Ferdinand E. Marcos proclaiming the termination of the state of martial law, Heroes Hall, Malacañang, January 17, 1981 : proclamation no. 2045, proclamation no. 1081, proclamation no. 1104
Ferdinand E. Marcos executive issuances, 1972-1986
Ferdinand E. Marcos on human rights : a selection of statements on human rights by the President of the Philippines
Ferdinand E. Marcos, President of the Philipines
Filipino ideology., The
Five years of the New Society
Gains of the reformist government : summary of a book in progress
Human rights and the rule of law
ideology for Filipinos, c1983:, An
In search of alternatives : the Third World in an age of crisis
In the seventies.
introduction to the politics of transition, An
Marcos mind, The : a vision of greatness : selected quotations from FM speeches
Marcos notes for the Cancun Summit, 1981
Marcos on the Armed Forces.
Marcos reader : selected essays and speeches
Marcos speaks : quotations from the man who leads the democratic revolution in the Philippines.
Marcos wit, The
Matter of survival [a speech delivered before the University of the Philippines, Law Alumni association, 16 April 1975], A
Meet the press.
National discipline : the key to our future
New Filipinism: the turning point : State of Nation message to the Congress of the Philippines, 27 January 1969
new Philippine Republic, The : a Third World approach to democracy
Notes on the new society of the Philippines
On Filipino intellectual aspirations : welcome speech [at the Opening ceremonies of the 46th. International Federation of Library Associations General Conference, at 10:45 a.m.... 18 August 1980] of
Passages from President Marcos.
Philippine experience, The : a perspective on human rights and the rule of law
Pʻillipʻin "2-wŏl hyŏngmyŏng", 1987:
Political handbook of the world, 1987:
Post Cancun summit report
Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos executive issuances, 1972-1986
President Ferdinand E. Marcos on law, development and human rights
Presidential speeches
Professional luncheon meeting H.E. Ferdinand E. Marcos, president of the republic of the Philippines, '66 Sept. 30th, Fri.
Progress and martial law
Quotations from Marcos.
Revolution from the center : how the Philippines is using martial law to build a new society
[Speeches of President Ferdinand E. Marcos]
substance of our independence, The
Tadhana : the history of the Filipino people
Third World challenge, The
Today's revolution : democracy
Toward a new partnership: the Filipino ideology
Toward the new society : essays on aspects of Philippine development
Towards a Filipino ideology
Was Ferdinand Marcos responsible for the death of Nalundasan?
Washington post, Sept. 29, 1989: