Table of contents for State and society in the Philippines / by Patricio N. Abinales and Donna J Amoroso.

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Preface			000
Chapter 1. Introducing Philippine Politics	000
	The Book's Approach	000
	Conceptual Tools	000
		The State	000
		Social Forces	000
	Basic Information about the Philippines	000
		Location and Geography	000
		People and Practices	000
		Political Administration and Political Power	000
		Economic Realities	000
Chapter 2. The Philippines in Maritime Asia to the Fourteen Century	000
Early Southeast Asian Polities	000
Localities and Leadership	000
Localization and the Growth of Regional Networks	000
Early Communities in the Philippine Archipelago	000
		Spatial and Spiritual Arrangement	000
Social Stratification: A Web of Interdependence	000
Trade, Tribute, and Warfare in a Regional Context	000
		Relations between Settlements	000
Connections Within and Beyond the Archipelago	000
An Early Legal Document	000
Chapter 3. New States and Re-Orientations, 1368-1764	000
Transformations in Commerce and Religion	000
Islam	000
Christianity	000
Conquest and Division	000
Spanish Rule: Social, Spatial, and Spiritual Redefinition 	000
Reducción and Friar Power	000
Reshaping the Economy to Pay for Colonization	000
The Chinese-Essential Outsiders	000
	Origins of the Weak State	000
		Balance of Power in the Clerical-Secular State	000
Territorial Stalemate	000
The British Occupation 	000
Chapter 4. State and Societies, 1764-1898	000
	The Imperative to Reform	000
	The New Economy	000
		Export Agriculture	000
		The Importance of Land 	000
	Reforming the State	000
		System-Wide Reform	000
		Provincial and Municipal Government	000
		Education	000
		Mapping the Peripheries	000
	Social Formation and State Response	000
		Philippine "Societies" 	000
		Filipinos	000
Chapter 5. Nation and States, 1872-1913	000
	The Final Years of Spanish Rule	000
		Conflict within the Church	000
		Struggle against Church and State	000
	The Philippine Revolution and the First Republic	000
		The Katipunan	000
		The Malolos Republic	000
		The Philippine-American War	000
	The Early Years of American Rule	000
		State Building	000
		Parallel State Building in the Special Provinces	000
		Conservative Nationalism	000
		The Continuing Revolutionary Tradition	000
Chapter 6. The Filipino Colonial State, 1902-1946	000
	"Politics" 	000
		The Philippine Assembly	000
	Filipinization	000
		Tammany Hall in Manila	000
		Crony Capitalism, Circa 1920s	000
		Restraining "Politics" 	000
		Popular Insurgency	000
	The Commonwealth Republic of the Philippines	000
		The Origins of Philippine Authoritarianism? 	000
		Social Changes on the Eve of World War II	000
	World War II and the Second Republic	000
Chapter 7. All Politics is Local , 1946-1964 	000
	The Republic of the Philippines 	000
		The End of "Partyless Democracy" 	000
		A Fragile Economy	000
		The Huk Rebellion	000
		The Weak State	000
	Reforming the State through Electoral Politics	000
		"My Guy Magsaysay" 	000
		A Patchwork State	000
		National Development	000
	Postwar Nationalism 	000
	Postwar Democracy 	000
Chapter 8. Marcos, 1965-1986	000
	The Presidency of Ferdinand Marcos	000
		"This Nation Can be Great Again" 	000
Reform or Radical Change? 	000
	The "US-Marcos Dictatorship" 	000
		Heyday	000
		Decline	000
		Resistance	000
		Collapse	000
Chapter 9. Democratization, 1986-200	000
	State and Society after the Fall	000
		Aquino's Legacy	000
Reformists and Trapos	000
	Economic Recovery and State Rebuilding	000
		Between Recovery and Crisis	000
		A Declaration of State Strength	000
	Democratization and the Chinese-Filipino Community	000
	The Unraveling of Philippines 2000	000
Chapter 10. Twenty-first-Century Philippine Politics	000
	People Power Institutionalized	000
		Movie Star Millenarianism	000
		The Erap Presidency	000
		Edsa 2 versus Edsa 3 (Poor People's Power) 	000
	Dreaming A Strong Republic	000
	Current Debates	000
		Presidential versus Parliamentary Government	000
		Muslim Separatism and Filipino Communism	000
		Population Policy	000
		The Filipino Diaspora	000
Bibliography		000
Index			000
About the Authors	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Philippines -- Politics and government.
Philippines -- Social conditions.