Philippines: Marcos Regime
(see also Philippines, Philippines: Marxist Insurgency, Philippines: Muslim South, Philippines: Tribal Peoples, Philippines since 1986 & Filipino American History, Life & Values)
CIA World Factbook. Includes map.
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Broad, Robin. "The transformation of the Philippine economy," Monthly Review 36,1 (5/84):11-21.
Diokno, José. "On the struggle for democracy," World Policy Journal (win 84).
Falk, Richard. "Views from Manila & Washington," World Policy Journal (win 84).
Grossman, Zolton. "Inside the Philippine resistance," Race & Class 28 (aut 1986):1-30.
Komisar, Lucy. "Marcos' missing millions," In These Times (9/2/02):18-20.
Lindsey, Charles W. "The Philippine economy," Monthly Review 36,11 (4/85):28-41.
Schirmer, Daniel B. "Those Philippine bases," Monthly Review 37,10 (3/86):21-36.
Stauffer, Robert B. "The Marcos coup in the Philippines," Monthly Review 14,11 (3/73):19-27.
Wolters, Willem. "Rise & fall of provincial elites in the Philippines: Nueva Ecija from the 1880s to the present day," Sojourn 4,1 (2/89):54-74.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Aquino, Belinda. Politics of Plunder: The Philippines under Marcos (Quezon City: U. of Philippines, 1987).
Bello, Walden; David Kinley & Elaine Elinson. Development Debacle: The World Bank in the Philippines (San Francisco: Institute for Food & Development Policy, 1982).
__________ & Severina Rivera. The Logistics of Repression & Other Essays. The Role of U.S. Assistance in Consolidating the Martial Law Regime in the Philippines (Washington, 1977).
Berlow, Alan. Dead Season. A Story of Murder & Revenge on the Philippine Island of Negros (NY, 1996).
Bonner, Raymond. Waltzing with a Dictator. The Marcoses and the Making of American Policy (NY, 1987).
Bresnan, John. Crisis in the Philippines. The Marcos Era & Beyond (Princeton, 1986).
Broad, Robin with John Cavanagh. Plundering Paradise. The Struggle for the Environment in the Philippines (Berkeley, 1993).
Collins, Joseph. The Philippines: Fire on the Rim (San Francisco, 1989).
Coote, Belinda. The Hunger Crop: Poverty & the Sugar Industry (Boston, 1987).
de la Torre, Edicio. Touching Ground, Taking Root: Theological & Political Reflections on the Philippines Struggle (London, 1986).
Diokno, Jose W. A Nation for Our Children. Selected Writings (Quezon City, 1987).
Friesen, Dorothy. Critical Choices. A Journey with the Filipino People (Grand Rapids, 1988).
Garcia, Ed. The Filipino Quest:
A Just & Lasting Peace (Quezon City, 1988).
__________ & Francisco Nemenzo. The Sovereign Quest. Freedom from Foreign Military Bases (Quezon City, 1988).
Gaspar, Karl. How Long? Prison Reflections from the Philippines (Maryknoll NY, 1984).
Goodno, James B. The Philippines. Land of Broken Promises (London, 1991).
Hamilton-Paterson, James. Playing with Water: Passion & Solitude on a Philippine Island (NY, 1989).
Hawes, Gary. The Philippine State & the Marcos Regime: The Politics of Export (Ithaca: Cornell, 1987).
Hedman, Eva-Lotta E. & John Sidel. Philippine Politics & Society in the 20th C.: Colonial Legacies, Post-Colonial Trajectories (NY: Routledge, 2001).
Hemley, Robin. Invented Eden: The Elusive, Disputed History of the Tasaday (NY: Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 2003).
Jose, Vivencio R. (ed.) Mortgaging the Future: The World Bank & IMF in the Philippines (Quezon City: Foundation for Ntionalist Studies, 1982).
Kasch, Volker. The Pain Will Grow Until Justice is Done. What Can We Do to Enforce Human Rights in the Philippines? (Quezon City, 1987).
Kerkvliet, Benedict J. Everyday Politics in the Philippines. Class & Status Relations in a Central Luzon Village (Berkeley, 1990).
Kessler, Richard J. Rebellion & Repression in the Philippines (New Haven, 1989).
Lane, Max R. The Urban Mass Movement in the Philippines (Canberra, 1990).
Lawyers Committee for Human Rights. Vigilantes in the Philippines: A Threat to Democratic Rule (NY, 1988).
__________. Out of Control. Militia Abuses in the Philippines (NY, 1990).
Manapat, Ricardo. Some Are Smarter than Others: The History of Marcos' Crony Capitalism (NY: Aletheia, 1991).
May, R.J. & F. Nemenzo (eds.) The Philippines after Marcos (London, 1985).
McAndrew, John (ed.) Monks, Dreamers, Preachers & Rebels: Religious Solutions to the Problem of Meaning in a Peripheral Capitalist Society (Manila, 1987).
McCoy, Alfred W. Priests on Trial (Ringwood, Victoria, 1984).
__________ (ed.) An Anarchy of Families: State & Family in the Philippines (Madison, 1993).
OBrien, Niall. Revolution from the Heart (NY, 1987).
__________. Island of Tears, Island of Hope: Living the Gospel in a Revolutionary Situation (Maryknoll, 1993).
Pimentel, Benjamin. Rebolusyon! A Generation of Struggle in the Philippines (NY: Monthly Review, 198?). Anti-Marcos resistance of the 1970s & 80s.
Porter, Gareth & Delfin J. Ganapin, Jr. Resources, Population, & the Philippines Future (Holmes PA, 1988).
Putzel, James. A Captive Land: The Politics of Agrarian Reform in the Philippines (NY: Monthly Review, 199?).
San Juan, E. Crisis in the Philippines. The Making of a Revolution (South Hadley MA, 1986).
Schirmer, Daniel B. & Stephen R. Shalom (eds.) The Philippines Reader. A History of Colonialism, Neocolonialism, Dictatorship, & Resistance (Boston, 1987).
Scipes, Kim. KMU: Building Genuine Trade Unionism in the Philippines, 1980-1994 (Quezon City, 1996).
Scott, James & B. Kerkvliet (eds.) Everyday Forms of Peasant Resistance in Southeast Asia (London, 1986).
Sturdevant, Saundra P. & Brenda Stolzfus. Let the Good Times Roll: Prostitution & the U.S. Military in Asia (NY, 1992).
West, Lois. Militant Labor in the Philippines (Philadelphia: Temple, 1997).
Youngblood, Robert L. Marcos against the Church: Economic Development & Political Repression in the Philippines (Ithaca, 1990).
In the Library: Fiction
Tiempo, Ediberto K. To Be Free (Quezon City: New Day, 1972).
In the Library: Poetry
In the Library: Photography
"Perfumed Nightmare" , dir. Kidlat Tahimik, 93m.
"Turumba" , dir. Kidlat Tahimik, ?m. Beautiful evocation of encounter between village artisanal life & the world economy.