Martial Law in the Philippines: Lessons & Legacies, 1972-2022
Edited by Edilberto C. De Jesus and Ivyrose S. Baysic, this book gathers the lessons and legacies of the martial law period in the Philippines. Presented in three parts: society and culture, political economy and governance, and peace and security, the book provides the reader a 50-year overview of Philippine martial law and its after-effects.
Contributors include Ricardo G. Abad, Patricio N. Abinales, Teresita Ang See, Adolfo S. Azcuna, Oscar Bulaong Jr., Jayeel S. Cornelio, Randolf S. David, Emmanuel S. de Dios, Ediberto C. de Jesus, Maria Elissa J. Lao, Alfred C. McCoy, Gabrielle Ann S. Mendoza, Ronald U. Mendoza, Rommel Jude G. Ong, Ernesto M. Pernia, Melinda Quintos de Jesus Mary Racelis, Vicente L. Rafael, Miguel Paolo P. Rivera, Joel Rocamora, Julio C. Teehankee, Pedro Walpole, SJ.
Ateneo de Manila University Press, Philippines
Softcover / 9 x 6 inches / 563 pages / BW