A country of our own: partitioning the Philippines

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Bisay‚ Books, 2004 - Political Science - 514 pages

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A great book. One caveat: the Philippines should be converted to a federal government, patterned after the U.S. The various regions cannot stand on their own as separate countries. As individual states aided by a strong national government (the federal model), the various regions have a chance at a successful transition. The new states will surely have their founding fathers who consider their states their babies and those founding fathers will have pride in ownership and loyalty to the cause. Very important. 

Contents

Nation State and NationState
27
The Fabricated State
45
Conquest and Conversion
83
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