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    Cardinal Sin, through vigilance and participation of masses of people including parishioners, working-group, middle-class, and professional cohorts, and through defiance of top military leaders, they altogether launched the people power revolution against Marcos government. What is a peaceful people power revolution? “People power is demonstrated in an amazing way by the power of active but non-violent revolution, it is the power of truth and love. In 1986 millions of unarmed Filipinos surprised

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    experienced a revolution because people have always wanted a change whether it be social, economic, or political, or for those people who wanted control of their own lives, rather than being under the rule of a powerful regime. There are two revolutions that caught my attention when I was searching for my research paper project. They are the Peoples Power Revolution, which was held in the Philippines in 1986, and the Orange Revolution in Ukraine in 2004. Although these two revolutions have many similarities

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    The year was 1986 and the people of the Philippines were being oppressed by their elected president turned Dictator Ferdinand Marcos for twenty years. And a four-day series of non-violent mass demonstrations toppled Marcos dictatorship. It was a series of popular non violent revolutions and prayerful mass street demonstrations in the Philippines that occurred in 1986, which marked the restoration of the country's democracy. Non violent resistance is the best method to peacefully attain social change

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    immoral—he always did what he thought best for America and the American people. However, in pursuing their interests and in following his ideals, he often failed to follow this statement. His well-known anti-Communist beliefs shaped his foreign policy and thus, many countries in the world. The Philippines is one such country. During Reagan’s presidency, Filipino President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law, giving himself dictatorial powers for what ended being 14 years. While one would think that the ideological

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    of our lives have been muddled into this really vague truth: whatever works is OK; as long as you harm no one, what you do is OK; if you obey the law, whatever you do within it is OK; that as long as you are conventional, as long as you obey what people say today, your amorality, your insincerity, your plain stoic unfeelingness is OK. But the simple truth is that this thinking is not OK. In a sense, we have created a new Sodom in this world. You think that in Sodom, rape was illegal? You think in

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    overnight. This initiative takes quite a number of hands (and feet) to steer the nation to a path of growth not only for the people of today but also for the children of tomorrow. One may think that the person solely responsible for directing the reins of our nation towards its path rests on the shoulder of the President, but I have come to realize that nobody possesses that kind of power. Therefore, it is safe to conclude that every voice ringing out for the Philippines contributes in some way to the direction

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    the high school level. Corazon first went to Ravenhill Academy in Philidelphia and then transfered to the Notre Dame Conve... ... middle of paper ... ...he Philippines on February 25, 1986, in a historic event now known as the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution. Marcos supporters in the Philippines had several coup attempts against Corazon during her term in office, but she survived them all in her low-key yet stubborn political style. Although her own allies urged her to run for a second term in

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    Lead and Manage People Leadership is the key dynamic force that motivates and co ordinates an organization to accomplish its objectives. A leader creates a vision for the others and then directs them towards achieving that vision. To be a leader you must have followers who have confidence in you and who give you their support and commitment to a goal. My Leadership Role I have been employed at Harley Nursing Home since September 1997 every Sundays. My initial position at Harley was as a kitchenhand

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    Ferdinand Marcos was famous for ruling Philippine island with an iron fist for nearly two decades. He was also known for implementing a brutal martial law which gives the military to exercise their extraordinary power to maintain order, with his superior position in the senate, martial law was his excuse in uncontrolled growing level of the communist party called New People’s Army or NPA. He was the first president in the Philippine presidential history to be reelected twice in his term. Ferdinand

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    Article #1 Ferdinand Marcos was born on September 11, 1917 in Sarrat, Philippines. Ferdinand was a great student and studied law at the University of the Philippines. The Philippines is a country with almost 97 million people and is located on the south eastern border of Asia. Before Marco’s presidency, he was involved in other aspects of government. During World War II he served as an officer for the Philippines and was captured by the Japanese but later escaped. When the war was over he was an

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