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Title: Can democracy survive in the Philippines? by Dan Chapman
Author: Chapman, Dan
Date: 1990-08-10
Abstract: Four years after the Philippines' democratic revolution, the country is still plagued with poverty, corruption and $27 billion in foreign debt. Provided by MICAH, Canberra.
Source: Editorial Research Reports.
Volume: v. 1, no. 29 ; p. 446-458.
metadata.indexnt.dc.subject.*: South-east asia
Philippine government
Aquino, President Corazon C
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