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COMMONWEALTH PERIOD

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Transcript of COMMONWEALTH PERIOD

COMMONWEALTH PERIOD
Policy Measures
the establishment of a Court of Industrial Relations to resolve labor disputes and the promotion of social justice as shown by the Eight-Hour Labor Act and the Minimum Wage Law
1938-JCPA (Joint Preparatory Committe on Philippine Affairs) recommended the grant of political independence to the PHilippines
TRANSITION
Tydings-Mcduffie Law
also called Philippine Commonwealth and Independence Act , (1934), the U.S. law that provided for Philippine independence, to take effect on July 4, 1946, after a 10-year transitional period of Commonwealth government
1930s - Hilter troops occupied Australia, Czechoslovakia, Poland and invaded Norway, Denmark, France and the rest of europe
Peasant Organization
1907- Kyosaburo S. Ohta formed the Ohta DevelopmentCompany
1939- which punished Filipinos who would allow themselves to be used as fronts by alien businessmen and investors.
May 1940- Philippine Immigration Law was enacted and limited to 500 the number of immigrants permitted annually to enter the country
Philippine Immigration Law- AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE WAYS IN WHICH PHILIPPINE CITIZENSHIP MAY BE LOST OR REACQUIRED.
Commonwealth Act No. 63
1937- Quezon and President Roosevelt agreed to create a PHilippine-America committe (JCPA)
MANUEL L. QUEZON
who secured the enactment of law that would improve the conditions of the marginalized society and adopted the policy of social justice.
written contracts between the landowners an tenants as requisite as well as the establishment of credits facilities for farmers were also included
July 4, 1946- extension of Philippine-American preferential trade to December 31, 1960
1903- the Americans hired one thousand five hundred Japanese workers to build the zigag road
Anti-Dummy Law- It is an Act to punish evasion of the laws on the nationalization of certain rights, franchises or privileges. It is
Commonwealth Act No. 108, as amended
December 30, 1937- President Quezon proclaimed through Executive Order No. 134 the National Language of the Philippines based on the Tagalog vernacular
DECADE OF UNREST
July 10, 1941 - first simulated blackout was conducted in Manila
Kapisanan Panahon Na ( The Time Has Come) composed of a tenants in Hacienda Dinalupihan Bataan
Dumating Na (It Has Come) composed of a tenants in Hacienda Buenavista in San Rafael
Oras Na ( It is Time) in Jesuit estate at San Pedro Laguna
1935- 1941 - recognized leader og the peasantry in Central Luzon was Pedro Abad Santos
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