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Transcript of CONTEMPORARY PERIOD
The Third Republic
The Martial Law
Assasination of Sen.Benigno Aquino Jr.
Ferdinand E. Marcos( December 30,1965-February 25,1986
Sen.Ninoy Aquino Jr.
Maria Corazon Cojuango Aquino
(December 30,1965-February 25,1986)
"The Great Dictator"
It describes the period time frame that is without any intervening time closely connected on present and is certain perspective of modern history.
Former First Lady Imelda Remedios Visitacion Romualdez Marcos
Maria Corazon Sumulong Cojuangco Aquino
(February 25, 1986-June 30,1992
"The Filipinos are worth dying for.."
Sen.Benigno Simeon Aquino Jr.
"Important Events and Happenings"
Martial Law Period
Assassination Of Ninoy Aquino
1965 - Marcos won the election over Macapagal.
1968 -He approved a congressional Bill of Rights for annexing Sabah as part of the Philippines
In 1969, Marcos controlled the HUK
1970's the funding of NPA and MNLF became primary problem.
1972 he declared the Martial Law
Pope John Paul II visited the Phillipnes to solve the peace and order problem of the country
Stabilization of government finance
Grater production of rice, promotion and cultivation of "Miracle Rice."
Building of more roads and bridges, school houses, public works and Philippine National Railways
Intensive drives againsts communists.
October 24-25 1966, Holding of the Manila Summit Conference
September 23, 1972- Proclamation and Declaration of Martial law known as Proclamation No. 1081 under article 7 of 1953 Philippine Constitution.
February 7 1986- the snap presidential election.
It was in the precious little space afforded, wittingly or unwittingly, by certain publications and institutions sanctioned by the martial law administration, that the so-called 'literature of circumvention' began to appear
* Forms of Literature During Marcos Regime *
Simply defined as "a body of works that expressed social and political protest in veiled terms" has had a long history in the Philippines.
It was deemed unimaginable, for the committed writer doing political work, to still think of poetry as "beauty recollected in tranquility
Journalists and prominent political opposition figures were the first
to be ensnared in the dragnet cast by the Marcos intelligence and police apparatus, followed by militant activists, including academics who were also noted for their critical literary writings.