The Star-entangled Banner: One Hundred Years of America in the Philippines

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UP Press, 2005 - Imperialism - 229 pages
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This work looks at the problematic relationship between the Phillippines and the US. It argues that when faced with a national crisis or a compelling need to reestablish its autonomy, each nation paradoxically turns to its history with the other to define its place in the world.
  

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Contents

List of Illustrations 1 Axes of Nationalism
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Little Brown Brothers in
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Philippine Reservation Promotional Brochure
53
FullPage Brownie Box Advertisement
57
Brownies Help Young Photographers Advertisement
58
Girl with a Brownie 1902 Advertisement
59
Uncle Sam Brownie Hefts Old Glory
62
Negrito from Bataan Province Luzon
65
Commemorating
115
The Philippines FivePeso Bill
119
Political Cartoon of Aguinaldos Declaration of Independence
120
Philippine Centennial Logo
121
Commemorative Program FrontCover Illustration
129
Commemorative Program BackCover Photograph
131
PhilAm Friendship Day Logo
132
StarEntangled Banner Photograph
133

Portrait of Emilio Aguinaldo
66
The White Mans Burden
67
Hail to the Chief
68
Romblonos Reception of the Brownies Serenade
69
Howling Kicker
75
BaldHeaded Rascal
76
Brownies Battle the Sulu Ants
79
The Sulu Battle in the New York Herald
81
No Civilization to Offer
83
No Fighters
84
Pax Americana and
86
Uncle Sam and Juan de la Cruz Philippine Panorama
138
Uncle Sam and Juan de la Cruz Manila Times
139
F Sionil Joses Restorative
141
Balangiga Bells at F E Warren Air Force Base circa 1931
180
Company C Survivors
189
Balangiga Bells at F E Warren Air Force Base 2001
190
Cheyenne SpanishAmerican War Memorial
196
Notes
199
Bibliography
213
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