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The State in Development Theory: The Philippines Under Marcos

M. D. Litonjua

2001

The State in Development Theory: The Philippines Under Marcos

M. D. Litonjua

This article uses a comparative institutional approach to study the role of the state in the Philippines under Marcos. It looks at the different states in Philippine history and how it compares to the state model of Martial law in order to understand the prospects of democracy and development in the country.

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Litonjua, M. D. “The State in Development Theory: The Philippines Under Marcos.” Philippine Studies 49, no. 3 (2001): 368–98.

The Rise and Fall of Ferdinand Marcos

William H. Overholt

1986

The Rise and Fall of Ferdinand Marcos

William H. Overholt

In this article written soon after the People Power revolt, political economist William Overholt comprehensively analyzes the conditions that led to rise of Marcos, Martial Law and the eventual decline of his regime, focusing primarily on economic reforms and its effects on political stability.

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Overholt, William H. “The Rise and Fall of Ferdinand Marcos.” Asian Survey 26, no. 11 (1986): 1137–63. https://doi.org/10.2307/2644313.