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The Propaganda Movement and the Katipunan

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Ninarosa Jessalou Cantero

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Transcript of The Propaganda Movement and the Katipunan

The Propaganda Movement and the Katipunan
By the 19th century, the Filipinos united as a nation and campaigned for reforms in the colony. At first, this campaign for reforms was a peaceful one. The peaceful campaign was led by the Filipino thinkers and writers like
Dr. Jose Rizal
and others.
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Final Destination
They started the propaganda movement in Spain and the Philippines to ask for more freedom and rights. But this movement failed. When Rizal was exiled to Dapitan, Bonifacio and other patriots started a secret organization called the Katipunan. They called for a revolution to make the Philippines free at last.
when the people of a nation become united and work together for common aims, this is
called "nationalism". It also means devotion to one's country, or fighting for its independence.

In the 19th century, Philippine nationalism was born. The Filipinos began to think of themselves as one nation with a common origin, common customs and traditions, common history and destiny, and common aspirations. Also they wanted to be separated or be independent from Spain.
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