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La liga filipina

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La Liga Filipina PPT from the students of University of Makati.

La Liga Filipina PPT from the students of University of Makati.

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  • 1. PEN ISMIGHTIERTHAN SWORD
  • 2. La Liga Filipina (The Philippine League) Ambrosio Agustin dela Bonifacio Deodato Salvador Rosa Arevalo Arellano (President) (Fiscal) (Treasurer) (Secretary) Del OngjungcBonifacio Mabini Natividad Bautista Salvador Dizon Franco Paez Rosario Andriano Lanuza o
  • 3. LA LIGAFILIPINA
  • 4. AIM # 1Union of the archipelago into a compact,vigorous and homogenous body. Luzon Palawan UNITY Visayas Mindanao
  • 5. AIM # 2Mutual Protection in all cases of pressingnecessity.
  • 6. AIM # 3defense against all violence and injustice.
  • 7. AIM # 4 Encouragement of education, agriculture andcommerce.
  • 8. AIM # 5Study and application of Reforms.
  • 9. Adaptable to the needs of the people.
  • 10. La Liga Filipina (The Philippine League) Ambrosio Agustin dela Bonifacio Deodato Salvador Rosa Arevalo Arellano (President) (Fiscal) (Treasurer) (Secretary) Del OngjungcBonifacio Mabini Natividad Bautista Salvador Dizon Franco Paez Rosario Andriano Lanuza o
  • 11. In order to help achieve its goals,the Propaganda Movement put upits own newspaper, called LaSolidaridad. The Soli, as the reformists fondlycalled their official organ, came outonce every two weeks.
  • 12. Teachers & StudentsThe reformists were the one whoeducate the Filipinos at that time bymeans of using their official organ,La Solidaridad.There students were the people whobought and received copies of thenewspapers.
  • 13. La Liga Filipina Katipunanng the Cuerpo de mgang AnakngCompromisarios Bayan
  • 14. Among the literary pieces which expressednationalism during the Spanish period are: Literary Pieces Authors Sagot ng Espanya sa Marcelo H. del Pilar Hibik ng Filipinas Liwanag at Dilim Emilio Jacinto Kartilla Andres Bonifacio Sa mga Tagabangon ng Apolinario Mabini Bayang FILIPINO The Reign of Greed Jose Rizal and The Social cancer
  • 15. Developing nationalism through the Curriculum
  • 16. Many of the reformists showed a deep lovefor their country, although they still failed tomaintain a united front.Because most of them belonged to the uppermiddle class, they had to exercise caution inorder to safeguard their wealth and otherprivate interests.Personal differences and petty quarrels, apartfrom the lack of funds, were also a hindranceto the movements success.Lastly, no other strong and charismatic leaderemerged from the group aside from JoseRizal.