Ricardo Trota JOSE

A Proto-Political Peasant Movement in Spanish Philippines, The Cofradia de San Jose and the Tayabas Rebellion of 1841 (1970) 
     David SWEET

Guardia de Honor: Revitalization within the Revolution (1966)

The Datus of the Rio Grande de Cotabato Under Colonial Rule (1977) 
     Jeremy BECKETT

Leonard Wood: His First Year as Governor General (1966)
     Michael ONORATO

Peasant Society and Unrest Prior to the Huk Revolution in the Philippines (1971)
     Benedict KERKVLIET

Guerilla Press of the Philippines,1941-1945 (1970) 
     John LENT

Rapid Change among Igorot Miners (1974)
     William Henry SCOTT


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