To be in History: Dark Days of Authoritarianism



“Three decades after the ruthless rule of Ferdinand Marcos ended, this diverse collection of personal essays gives a revealing and timely insight into the dark days of martial law in the Philippines, the subsequent ‘people power revolution’ and ongoing consequences in the 21st century for the first Southeast Asian nation to declare itself a democratic republic. These are important stories of struggle, resilience and faith amid a convoluted interplay of ideological politics and social change.”

– Rev. TIM COSTELLO, AO, Chief Advocate, World Vision Australia

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