Trends and Direction of Research on Philippine History: An Informal Essay
     Norman G. OWEN

Parson's "Theory of Action" and "Structural Functional" Approach to Social Science: A critique
     Fay L. DUMAGAT

Economic Policy and Political Gains: The First Phase of India's Green Revolution (1966-71)
     Michelguglielmo TORRI

The End of the Post-War Period in United States-Japanese Relations
     Edward A. OLSEN

Towards Integration: A Review of Policies affecting the Minority Groups with Special Reference to the Mangyans (1901-1975)
     Violeta B. LOPEZ

Where the Rich are Tenants
     Esteban T. MAGANNON

Rapid Social Change among Igorot Miners
     William Henry SCOTT

Juan Pusong: The Filipino Trickster Revisited
     Donn V. HART and Harriett E. HART

A Preliminary List of Iloko Drama
     Filonila Madamba TUPAS

The Muslims in the Philippines: A Bibliographic Essay
     Mohammad Fatthy MAHMOUD


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