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

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UP Press, 2005 - Imperialism - 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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Contents

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 1 Axes of Nationalism
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Philippine Reservation Promotional Brochure
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FullPage Brownie Box Advertisement
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Brownies Help Young Photographers Advertisement
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JosÚ Rizal
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Little Brown Brothers in
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Girl with a Brownie 1902 Advertisement
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Uncle Sam Brownie Hefts Old Glory
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Pax Americana and
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Commemorating
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The Philippines FivePeso Bill
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Political Cartoon of Aguinaldos Declaration of Independence 20 Philippine Centennial Logo
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Commemorative Program FrontCover Illustration 22 Commemorative Program BackCover Photograph 23 PhilAm Friendship Day Logo
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StarEntangled Banner Photograph
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F Sionil JosÚs Restorative
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Uncle Sam and Juan de la Cruz Philippine Panorama 26 Uncle Sam and Juan de la Cruz Manila Times 27 Balangiga Bells at F E Warren Air Force Ba...
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Negrito from Bataan Province Luzon
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Portrait of Emilio Aguinaldo 9 The White Mans Burden
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Hail to the Chief
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Romblo˝os Reception of the Brownies Serenade
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Howling Kicker 13 BaldHeaded Rascal
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Brownies Battle the Sulu Ants
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The Sulu Battle in the New York Herald 16 No Civilization to Offer
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No Fighters
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Company C Survivors
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Balangiga Bells at F E Warren Air Force Base 2001
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Cheyenne SpanishAmerican War Memorial
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Notes
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Bibliography
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