The Star-entangled Banner: One Hundred Years of America in the Philippines
Rutgers University Press, 2004 - History - 229 pages
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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