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I sent it to the Bacolod Public Library, Bacolod City, Negros. Philippines.Published 6 days ago by William D. Ponder
Even though it was written in the 90's , this is as fine a summary of the US relationship with the Philippines
as could be written. Read more
The book is very informative and well written BUT the print is soon small you need a magnifying glass to read it. Get the Kindle addition !!!!Published 1 month ago by Texas Tuit
very comprehensive book about the American policies during the American regime in the Philippines. it explains the roots of things why are they now. karnow is a great historian.Published 1 month ago by boogie woog
It's a bit of a slog (took me months to finish) but well worth it. I'm married to a Filipino and have been to the wonderfully complex country maybe 15 times and always look... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John C. Cocchiarella
Excellent reading for everyone especially Filipinos all over the world. Lots of the book contents are unknown to most. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nony E. Abrajano
The author has a very readable narrative writing style.
However the book does not cite any sources. Read more
This is, by far, the best written history I've ever read. The author's words flow to make me want to continue reading at every free moment possible. Read morePublished 9 months ago by givinmyoppinion2u
Really gave me a lot of information about a part of American foreign policy that is almost forgotten. I do think it is time for the publishers to publish an updated version. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ben