Waltzing with a dictator: the Marcoses and the making of American policy
Traces the history of the Marcos regime, examines U.S. policy towards the Philippines, and argues that U.S. support of dictators is counterproductive
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The Man and the Woman
Once a Colony Always a Colony?
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