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Today’s Revolution: Democracy

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Limited edition of Today’s Revolution: Democracy, inscribe by Philippine President Ferdinand E. Marcos.

Octavo, xxv, 117pp. Black cloth, title in gilt on spine. From a private publication of 1000 copies, this being number 71. Text in English. In the publisher’s near fine dust jacket, light shelf wear, toning to spine. Inscribed on the front free endpaper to Air Force Colonel Albert T. Bruton, who fought in WWII and served in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations in the Philippines. Inscription reads: “To Col. Albert Bruton, with my compliments. Ferdinand E. Marcos. Nov. 8th, 1972.”

Ferdinand E. Marcos (1917-1989) was the president of the Philippines from 1986-1986, ruling an authoritarian regime known for its corruption and antidemocratic practices. After a fraudulent election in 1986, Marcos fled the country at the urging of the United States, spending his final years in exile in Hawaii. His son, Bongbong Marcos, was elected the 17th president of the Philippines in 2022, by whitewashing the human rights abuses and corruption of this father’s presidency.

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