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- ‘Tatay Parago’ and the defiance of Paquibato
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- Eerily evoking martial law
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- Stop the killings
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- Reliving the past through Heneral Luna
- Martial law by presidential default
- Aquino’s feet of clay
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- Senator Marcos’s non-apology for Martial Law
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