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The Secrets of Mt. Sumagang By Abe N. Margallo
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The Secrets of Mt. Sumagang is about the enduring friendship of two boys whose commonplace journey to growing up crosses into the serious issues of power, religion, revolution, political societies,... More > and the redemptive transformation for their ailing country. The beautiful story is told in an easy-to-read language, leavened with good humor and entertaining escapades. While the narrative paints a snapshot of life in Y-riga, an otherwise nondescript Philippine town where the boys grew up, it however undercoats a larger, global canvas that transcends insularity.< Less
BUILD or PERISH! PEOPLE POWER DEMOCRACY Liberating America's First Empire By Abe N. Margallo
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This book is expressive of the motivations and sentiments of a "dreamer" who hopes to frame the proper issues for a national debate on how to attain for the Filipinos what John Adams told... More > Thomas Jefferson, a "revolution in the minds" of the people and, perhaps, other peoples similarly situated. It also seeks to tease Big Uncle, in the light of the 9/11 tragedy, into considering the difficult task of dealing humbly, fairly and respectfully with the rest of the world and letting others go or be as best as they can be; and then before completing to remake the world in his image, subjecting himself first to the ordeal of the mirror test to see if his self-apotheosis as the epitome of democracy and liberty has not been so contrived in Orwellian guise.< Less
BUILD or PERISH! PEOPLE POWER DEMOCRACY Liberating America's First Empire By Abe N. Margallo
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This book is expressive of the motivations and sentiments of a "dreamer" who hopes to frame the proper issues for a national debate on how to attain for the Filipinos what John Adams told... More > Thomas Jefferson, a "revolution in the minds" of the people and, perhaps, other peoples similarly situated. It also seeks to tease Big Uncle, in the light of the 9/11 tragedy, into considering the difficult task of dealing humbly, fairly and respectfully with the rest of the world and letting others go or be as best as they can be; and then before completing to remake the world in his image, subjecting himself first to the ordeal of the mirror test to see if his self-apotheosis as the epitome of democracy and liberty has not been so contrived in Orwellian guise.< Less