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Can the Philippines Be Saved?

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Can the Philippines Be Saved? JANUARY 27TH, 2011 by Mike Billington This article appears in the February 11, 2011 issue of Executive Intelligence Review. PDF version of this article Jan. 25—“There is a pervasive feeling of helplessness among our population as a series of price increases are being announced in nearly all sectors—i.e., food, transportation, electricity, tollways, water, fuel, and...

The FDR Tradition in Philippines

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Originally published by the Schiller Institute with the page title Salvador Araneta. “ The following article was left unpublished when the author, John Morris (b. June 7, 1960), was tragically killed in an automobile accident on June 16, 2008. While John intended to add a few finishing touches, the conceptual framework was complete. I have added a few sentences to the last draft left by John, for...

LaRouche Speaks to the Philippines

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LaRouche Speaks to the Philippines JUNE 4TH, 2006 This article appears in the June 2, 2006 issue of Executive Intelligence Review. PDF version of this article Lyndon LaRouche was interviewed by Philippine radio host Butch Valdes, the head of the Philippine LaRouche Movement,and several members of the Philippine LaRouche Youth Movement, on nationwide “Radio Mindanao,” for one hour on Sunday, May...

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