1965 - 1972

BEGINNINGS OF MARTIAL LAW

Marcos Martial Law

1972 - 1981

MARTIAL LAW IN THE PHILIPPINES


1981 - 1986

END OF MARTIAL LAW

1986 - PRESENT

EFFECTS OF MARTIAL LAW

PRESENT

LESSONS FROM MARTIAL LAW

Why Martial Law Matters to this Millennial
One day, he saw a Marcos at a mall. This is the imagined conversation they would've had. Source: Joseph Pascual[...]
The Testament of EDSA
I learned that if the people stand together, things can change. Our voices can be heard. Mr. President, Mr. Marcos:[...]
How do you fix the ‘Never Again’ rallying cry?
Today, the Marcos family has almost successfully re-imagined Martial Law as a sort of Golden Age of benevolent authoritarianism. How[...]
Liberal Laments: How to Be Fair to Marcos
Esquire columnist Lisandro Claudio gives due credit to the dictator, based on notes by industrialist Salvador Araneta Source: Esquiremag.ph |[...]
Eulogy for the dictator
The brazenness was palpable. Aided and abetted from on high, Ferdinand E. Marcos was buried at the Libingan ng mga[...]
Artists are Trolling the Marcos Pa Rin! Poster Making Contest on Twitter
These creatives are fighting historical revisionism by flooding Twitter with protest art using the hashtags #Marcos100 and #MarcosArtrocities. Source: Angelica[...]

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