Ilustrado Politics: Filipino Elite Responses to American Rule, 1898-1908

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Ateneo University Press, 2003 - Political Science - 466 pages
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The early political careers of Manuel L. Quezon and Sergio Osmena are brought to light in the context of a changing colonial society. Cullinane shows how provincial politicos rose to national leadership in the midst of influential American officials and Manila-based ilustrados as they took advantage of the possibilities presented by the new colonial order.
  

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Contents

Provincial Politicos and Manila Politics
167
Quezon FilipinoAmerican Politics
176
Manuel Quezon and the Beginnings of a Public Life
182
The Making of a Governor
188
Sergio Osmena and Politics in Cebu 19021906
195
The Making of Sergio Osmena as a Provincial llustrado
205
Osmenas Rise to Local Prominence
218
Osmena Takes Control
229

Taft the Partido Federal and the Politics of Patronage
66
Emerging Opposition Politics in Manila 19011902
73
The Radical Opposition of De los Reyes Poblete and Gomez
83
Consistent Nationalists and El Renacimiento the Moderate Opposition
89
The Decline of the Partido Federal 19021905
97
Tafts Attempt to Mend the Broken Alliance
109
The Seditious Dramas and Ilustrado Politics
115
El Renacimiento and the Emergence of the Comite de Intereses Filipinos
124
Visit and the Manila Opposition
131
The State of the Manila Opposition in Early 1906
138
J Emerging Provincial Politics 19021906
143
Electoral Politics and the Rise of the Provincial Politicos
149
The Provincial Elections of 1906
160
The Governors Convention of 1906 and the Ascendancy
256
The Outlines of the New Collaborative Arrangement
274
Building the Partido Nacionalista
286
The Federalistas Reorganize for the Assembly Elections
294
The Nacionalistas and the Search for Political Constituencies
304
Osmena is Easily King and All is Well
314
Consolidating the New Alliance
324
Conclusion
331
Notes
344
References
418
Index
447
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