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Title: Martial law in the Philippines to date
Authors: Laquian, A.A.
Keywords: EVALUATION
PHILIPPINES
CRIME
LAND REFORM
FOREIGN INVESTMENT
CIVIL RIGHTS
COST OF LIVING
SOCIAL REFORM
POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES
TRENDS
POLITICAL POWER
TECHNOCRACY
Issue Date: 1974
Publisher: IDRC, Ottawa, ON, CA
Abstract: IDRC personnel. Address on the evaluation of martial law in the Philippines - analyses the effects of martial law (e.g., lower crime rate, land reform, increased foreign investment, curtailment of civil liberties, higher cost of living, slow pace of social reform); discusses current events in the Philippines (e.g., political ideologycal trends, political power of the technocracy), and pressures that will probably lead to the lifting of martial law. Bibliographic notes.
Description: Meeting: Association of Asian Studies, Annual Meeting, 10th, 1-3 Apr. 1974, Boston, MA, US
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/1812
Appears in Collections:1970s / Années 1970
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