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Making Mindanao: Cotabato & Davad In The Formation Of The Philippine Nation-State

Abinales, Patricio

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ISBN 10: 9715503497 / ISBN 13: 9789715503495
Editorial: Ateneo de Manila University Press, Manila 2000, 2000
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23.0 x 15.5cms, 236pp, b/w illusts, very good+ paperback & cover (neat owner's inscription) Southern Minanao had 2 major rebellions in the 1970s. One tried to create a separate Muslim state. A communist insurrection tried to overthrow the Philippines government. This book rejects the standard ethnciity and poliitcal economy explanations. This book analyses the formation of the Philippine stateand local power from the American period to Ferdinand Marcos'''s declaration of martial law. Scarce title. N° de ref. de la librería 138770

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Título: Making Mindanao: Cotabato & Davad In The ...

Editorial: Ateneo de Manila University Press, Manila 2000

Año de publicación: 2000

Encuadernación: Soft cover

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Southern Mindanao became the battleground of two major rebellions in the 1970s: one sought to create a separate Muslim state, and the other--a communist insurgency--aspired to overthrow the Philippine state. Standard explanations of these rebellions point to the explosive combination of historic ethnic disputes, massive demographic changes accompanying the closure of the frontier, rising class inequalities, the entry of transnational capital, and the militarization of southern Mindanao. While not denying explanatory value to these arguments, this book rejects ethnicity and political economy as the dominant causes. Making Mindanao argues that colonial construction of the state and its subsequent transformation from the colonial to the post colonial period largely shaped Mindanao's political landscape. The book thus focuses on how local power was determined by state formation and how the state's ability to establish its authority was mediated by mutual accommodation between strong men who controlled this frontier zone. It compares Cotabato and Davao to show the process of state formation and the shaping of local power from the American period (1900-1941) to the eye of the declaration of martial law by Ferdinand Marcos (1946-1972).

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