Title, Philippine Society and Revolution. Author, Amado Guerrero. Publisher, Ta Kung Pao, Original from, the University of Michigan. Digitized, Sep Philippine society and revolution. Front Cover. Amado Guerrero. International Association of IV THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION OF THE COLONIAL. Amado Guerrero, Philippine Society and Revolution 4th edition. Hayward, CA Philippine Information Network Service (PINS)
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It is arguably revolutionary like Andres and among others has a Socialist perspective. AmerelMangontra rated it it was amazing Jun 27, Philippine Society and Revolution by Amado Guerrero.
Yaz K rated it liked it Sep 19, Published by Aklat ng Bayan Inc first published It necessitated the concrete analysis of concrete conditions.
Denise Florendo rated it it was amazing Nov 19, Norman Wilwayco rated it it was amazing May 08, This can be considered the fourth edition if the mimeographed editions are excluded. What do you think are the key contributions of PSR to the theory of revolution in the Philippines?
The fourth edition if the three mimeographed editions are not counted indeed emphasized the theoretical importance of the two supplementary documents, which in turn further enhanced PSR.
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After all, the purpose of the text is to serve as a pamphlet and a synthesis of the recurrent dilemmas engulfing the body politic, the social structure and the cultural sphere. Roberto rated it really liked it Dec 24, Shaira rated it did not like it Jan 28, However, I am tempted amdo write a new edition with expanded text dealing with the past four decades.
Jaena Rae rated it really liked it Dec ohilippine, But the point still stands that a new approach is needed, that the people’s war has served its purpose. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. When I finished the rough draft around AugustI gave it to Julie de Lima and other individuals and the members of the Central Committee to gather their suggestions and comments.
John Crisostomo rated it it was amazing Feb 20, What role did amdo play in the different stages of development of the Philippine revolution?
Adrian Mendizabal rated it it was amazing May 15, Has it made any contribution to theory that is relevant beyond the practice of the Philippine revolution?
Thus, PSR remains an effective guide for the Philippine national and democratic revolution. Feel free to contribute! Jerwin rated it liked it Oct 22, In this regard, PSR specified the allied classes workers, peasants, the petty bourgeoisie and the national bourgeoisie and the class enemies big compradors and landlords in the new democratic revolution.
It had therefore laid down what must be done in order to realize the ideological, political and organizational requirements to rebuild the revolutionary party of the proletariat, the people’s army and the united front and to rekindle and advance the revolution towards victory. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. What do you think are the crucial issues that have to be studied by Philippine revolutionaries in order to further invigorate the different fields of struggle?
The continuing semicolonial and semifeudal conditions are further worsening and deepening. The first edition of PSR was published in mimeographed form in Octobera copy of which was submitted for publication in the Philippine Collegian under the title Philippine Crisis and Revolution this can be considered the second edition.
Notify me of new posts by email. Granted, one may concede the notion that the Revolution is to be best achieved through a protracted struggle across the countryside. How can PSR further benefit the current stage of the revolution, especially in line with the CPP’s call to achieve the strategic stalemate in five years? Who were involved in the research and writing?
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But the transformation of the Filipino society from the ‘s onwards due to the specks of globalization and the collapse of the Leninist states made the struggle an auxiliary rather than a primary approach.
SND paved the way for the exposition of the people’s basic problems and the possible revolutionary solution in legal and persuasive language. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.