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Will the Philippines prosper if we change its system of government?

Can a change in system of government really change the development trajectory of an entire nation? Perhaps so, but the complexity of any causal link that might exist between a system of government and the future success — or failure … Continue reading

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Noynoy Aquino and the Election: It's More Than a Feeling

Ahh…love is in the air. It’s hard to explain what, give or take, 40% of Filipinos voters are feeling right now. Maybe it’s that warm, fuzzy feeling they are getting all over; like their chest is bursting at the seams … Continue reading

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Noted blogger Manuel L Quezon III (MLQ3) takes a POSITION on Charter Change!

The above title notwithstanding, there is a bigger lesson that I will go into towards the end of this blog entry. But for now, this morning’s brief engagement with one of our society’s most esteemed leaders in the field of … Continue reading

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