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Diario De Sesiones De La Asamblea Filipina

Author : Philippines. Legislature. Philippine Assembly
ISBN : STANFORD:36105015361491
Genre : Philippines
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Abolition And Its Aftermath In The Indian Ocean Africa And Asia

Author : Gwyn Campbell
ISBN : 9781135770785
Genre : History
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This important collection of essays examines the history and impact of the abolition of the slave trade and slavery in the Indian Ocean World, a region stretching from Southern and Eastern Africa to the Middle East, India, Southeast Asia and the Far East. Slavery studies have traditionally concentrated on the Atlantic slave trade and slavery in the Americas. In comparison, the Indian Ocean World slave trade has been little explored, although it started some 3,500 years before the Atlantic slave trade and persists to the present day. This volume, which follows a collection of essays The Structure of Slavery in Indian Ocean Africa and Asia (Frank Cass, 2004), examines the various abolitionist impulses, indigenous and European, in the Indian Ocean World during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It assesses their efficacy within a context of a growing demand for labour resulting from an expanding international economy and European colonisation. The essays show that in applying definitions of slavery derived from the American model, European agents in the region failed to detect or deliberately ignored other forms of slavery, and as a result the abolitionist impulse was only partly successful with the slave trade still continuing today in many parts of the Indian Ocean World.

American Empire And The Politics Of Meaning

Author : Julian Go
ISBN : 9780822389323
Genre : Social Science
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When the United States took control of the Philippines and Puerto Rico in the wake of the Spanish-American War, it declared that it would transform its new colonies through lessons in self-government and the ways of American-style democracy. In both territories, U.S. colonial officials built extensive public school systems, and they set up American-style elections and governmental institutions. The officials aimed their lessons in democratic government at the political elite: the relatively small class of the wealthy, educated, and politically powerful within each colony. While they retained ultimate control for themselves, the Americans let the elite vote, hold local office, and formulate legislation in national assemblies. American Empire and the Politics of Meaning is an examination of how these efforts to provide the elite of Puerto Rico and the Philippines a practical education in self-government played out on the ground in the early years of American colonial rule, from 1898 until 1912. It is the first systematic comparative analysis of these early exercises in American imperial power. The sociologist Julian Go unravels how American authorities used “culture” as both a tool and a target of rule, and how the Puerto Rican and Philippine elite received, creatively engaged, and sometimes silently subverted the Americans’ ostensibly benign intentions. Rather than finding that the attempt to transplant American-style democracy led to incommensurable “culture clashes,” Go assesses complex processes of cultural accommodation and transformation. By combining rich historical detail with broader theories of meaning, culture, and colonialism, he provides an innovative study of the hidden intersections of political power and cultural meaning-making in America’s earliest overseas empire.

Catalogue Of The Public Documents Of The Congress And Of All Departments Of The Government Of The United States For The Period From To

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ISBN : UCBK:C073801768
Genre : Government publications
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Diario De Las Sesiones De La Asamblea Nacional

Author : Spanien Asamblea Nacional
ISBN : BSB:BSB11033516
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Catalogue Of The Public Documents Of Congress And Of All Departments Of The Government Of The United States

Author : United States. Superintendent of Documents
ISBN : UIUC:30112062426496
Genre : Government publications
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Monthly List Of State Publications

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ISBN : PRNC:32101079871370
Genre : State government publications
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Catalogue Of The Public Documents Of The Congress And Of All Departments Of The Government Of The United States

Author : United States. Superintendent of Documents
ISBN : UIUC:30112062426546
Genre : Government publications
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Monthly Checklist Of State Publications

Author : Library of Congress. Exchange and Gift Division
ISBN : UOM:39015016476916
Genre : State government publications
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Philippine American Military History 1902 1942

Author : Richard B. Meixsel
ISBN : 9780786414031
Genre : History
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Military obligations rested lightly upon the Filipino people for much of the period that America occupied the Philippines, but Filipinos could enlist in the United States Army and Navy, attend the service academies at West Point and Annapolis, or join military organizations restricted to duty in the islands such as the Philippine Scouts, Philippine Constabulary, Philippine National Guard, and the navy's insular force. In the 1930s, the Philippine government established its own armed forces. Throughout much of this time, the U.S. army also kept a substantial portion of its troop strength in the Philippines. This annotated bibliography of nearly 700 titles highlights the extent and variety of the Philippine-American military experience from the conquest of the islands by the United States in 1902 to the defeat of Philippine and American forces by the Japanese in 1942. The bibliography includes memoirs and biographies of Filipino and American officers and enlisted men (from MacArthur to Ferdinand Marcos), unit histories, army post and navy base histories, medals and insignia books, and the most extensive list of prisoner-of-war memoirs yet published. Annotations address controversies such as the widely disparate estimates of American deaths on the Bataan Death March and include previously unpublished information, such as casualty figures for American and Philippine forces in 1941-1942.

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