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Asked in History of the Philippines
Is the Philippine revolution an example of propaganda?
No. The Philippine revolution is an historical event. Propaganda about the Philippine revolution would be a movie, image, or written piece that attempts to put a particular interpretation on that event for the purpose of furthering someone's agenda or to obtain support for some partisan purpose. ...
Asked in Job Interviews, Elizabeth I
What are the strength and weaknesses in the Philippine government setting?
The strength of the Philippine government is that it is a democratic form of government which allows for public participation. Poor funding and corruption are some of the weakness of the Philippine government. ...
Asked in American Revolution
What were the strengths and weakness of the red coats in the American Revolution?
the redcoats strength are that they had gun and the weakness were that the patriots had the France with them ...
Did the people of the US support the action of the Philippine revolution?
Many people in the US supported the idea of the Philippine revolution when it was a revolution against Spain. Fewer supported it when it was armed resistance against the US taking control of the Philippines. ...
Asked in History of the Philippines, Jose Rizal
Why is Dr. Jose Rizal the soul of the Philippine revolution?
Dr. Jose Rizal is considered to be the first revolutionary from Philippines. He died a martyr for the country, for his works as writer and through civil disobedience that broke Spain's rule and was considered as the soul of the Philippine revolution. ...
What were the causes of the Philippine revolution?
The Philippine revolution was caused by increased knowledge of the people beginning around 1869 and supported by the building of the Suez Canal. Filipinos were introduced to new ideas and learned about freedom so they then questioned leadership from Spain. The Filipinos wanted to be free, so they organized and strategize in secret until the 1896 revolution. ...
Asked in Articles of Confederation
What is the one weakness and strength of the Articles of Confederation?
Weakness: states had more power than the central government, they congress could not form an army Strengnth: first unified government after the revolution ...
Asked in Industrial Revolution
Identify and explain four effects of the industrial revolution?
The biggest effect of Industrial Revolution is that it made America a much more urban country. ...
How was the life of a soldier during the revolution?
Please be more specific. Are you asking about the American Revolution of 1774-1783, the French Revolutions of 1789-99 or 1848, the American Civil War (often mislabelled as the American Revolution) of 1861-65, the Philippine Revolution of 1896-98, the Mexican Revolution of 1910, the German Revolution of 1919, or some other revolution? ...