Notes & Essays
 
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Let's start looking at the things that really matter.
 
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Not all doctor-patient relationships are equal. One doctor speaks out.
 
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In "The Fancy Dancer," essayist Jack Wigley remembers dancing with prostitutes.
 
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You don't have to be depressed yourself to have had your life changed by it.
 
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Antonio Meloto once joked about the benefits of cappuccino children for the Philippines. Here, a Filipina-American cappuccino responds.
 
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A frat brother defends the institution.
 
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They were on the opposite sides of history-she was from a family of high-ranking Communists, he was the head guard of President Marcos. Divided by political beliefs, they never should have been together.
 
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Pete Lacaba shares what it's like to be tortured by your own government.
 
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One woman’s ruminations on sex flicks and the Filipino before, during, and after Martial Law
 
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Martial law actually began on September 22, 1972, at exactly 9:11 p.m.
 
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In "Leaving Baby," Earnest Mangulabnan Zabala writes about what it's like to grow up an orphan of Martial Law.
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