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Copy of Ferdinand Marcos

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President
FERDINAND EDRALIN MARCOS The Boy Who Lived On September 11, 1917, Josefa Edralin
gave birth to a son in the village of
Sarrat, on the island of Luzon, the Philippines. The boy was named
Ferdinand
Edralin Marcos. The Marcos Regime 1965 1966 1969 1970 1971 1972 The Nalundasan Case World War II Marcos ran as a Liberal Party candidate for a seat in the Philippine House of Representatives. Marcos was reelected twice, and in 1959 he was elected to the Philippine Senate. He was also the Liberal Party's vice-president from 1954 to 1961, when he successfully managed Diosdado Macapagal's (1911–1997) run for the Philippine presidency. As part of his arrangement with Marcos, Macapagal was supposed to step aside after one term to allow Marcos to run for the presidency. When Macapagal did not do this, Marcos joined the opposition Nationalist Party and became their candidate in the 1965 election against Macapagal and easily won. Marcos was now president of the Philippines. 1981 1982 1984 1985 1983 SONA 16,000 kilometers 30,000 lineal meters electric power capacity of one
million kilowatts (1,000,000 kW) to eight regions and 38 localities 1989
to present After
Martial Law D
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L Marcos served in the U.S. Army at
the beginning and the end of the
war as a "third lieutenant" on cle-
rical duty 1954 Imelda Romualdez The New Society PLEDGES The second term proved to be a daunting challenge to the President: an economic crisis brought by external and internal forces; a restive and radicalized studentry demanding reforms in the educational system; rising tide of criminality and subversion by the re-organized Communist movement; and secessionism in the South. Aside from infrastructure development, the following were some of the notable achievements of the first four years of the Marcos administration:
Successful drive against smuggling
Greater production of rice by promoting the cultivation of IR-8 hybrid rice
Land reform was given an impetus during the first term of President Marcos.
In the field of foreign relations, the Philippines hosted the summit of seven heads of state
Government finances were stabilized by higher revenue collections and loans from treasury bonds
Peace and order substantially improved in most provinces 1986 Martial Law (1972 - 1981) Peace and Order Land Reform Economic Development Development of Moral Values Government Reforms Educational Programs Social Services 1973 Constitution End of Martial Law The First Presidential Election under the New Constitution 1981 1976 1975 1974 1980-1981 Amendments 1984 Amendments VS Presidential Decree no. 27 Education Development Decree of 1972 Integrated Reorganization Plan National Economic and
Development Authority Ministry of Social Services
and Development Department of Education and Culture results
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