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The Philippines: A Past Revisited, Volume 1. Front Cover. Renato Constantino, Letizia R. Constantino. Renato Constantino, – Philippines – pages. A History of the Philippinesby Renato Constantino RENATO CONSTANTINO A HISTORY OF THE PHILIPPINES 1 For Marika. The Philippines: a past revisited / by Renato Constantino ; with the collaboration of Letizia R. Constantino. Main Author: Constantino, Renato. Language(s).

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