Tuesday, February 07, 2006

EDSA The Original People Power Revolution

EDSA The Original People Power Revolution. This is a day-by-day chronicle of the downfall of Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos in 1986 by Angela Stuart-Santiago.

There are two versions of the book. One is in English and the other is in Tagalog. The Tagalog version is titled Walang Himala! Himagsikan sa Edsa.

There are also a review of the book and several editorial articles written by the author reproduced.

From the site:

StuartXchange presents Angela Stuart-Santiago's works on the 1986 EDSA revolution, in their entirety. The two published works - an English version (EDSA: The Original People Power Revolution) and a Tagalog version (Walang Himala! Himagsikan sa Edsa) - in a blow-by-blow style of story telling - will bring the People Power Revolution back into the forefront of your consciousness. A must-read for every freedom-loving Filipino, for students of history, for those whose memories have been blurred by time, for the younger generations for whom EDSA is piecemeal snippets of heresay, and for those who just wish to read and reminisce of a time when a people showed the possibilites of its heart and soul.

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