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by Rosemary Dowsett

eBook Let's Look at the Philippines download ISBN: 0853631034
Author: Rosemary Dowsett
Publisher: OMF International (UK) (December 1974)
Language: English
Pages: 24
ePub: 1137 kb
Fb2: 1673 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Children's Books

Traces the history of the Philippines, discusses the influence of Spain and the United States, and looks at the problems facing the Philippines today.

Traces the history of the Philippines, discusses the influence of Spain and the United States, and looks at the problems facing the Philippines today.

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The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Luis H. Francia was born in the Philippines and moved to New York in the 1970s. He teaches at the City University of Hong Kong, Hunter College, and New York University. Look at our participation in and treatment of African peoples who were forced into slavery. In part, I believe the problem stems from a very serious, long-held belief by white people; their belief that they are better than other people whose skin is not as white as the driven snow.

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