The Filipino in the seventies; an ecumenical perspective. Editors: Vitaliano R. Gorospe and Richard L. Deats.

Comp
Gorospe, Vitaliano R. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Quezon City, New Day Publishers [1973]
Description
xxii, 425 p. map. 23 cm.

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Subject(s)
Joint comp
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographies.
Contents
Bernad, M. A. Philippine culture and Filipino identity.--Costa, H. de la. The Philippine national tradition.--Ortiz, P. A. Our search for national identity.--Garcia, E. G. and Ledesma, A. J. Toward a Filipino social democracy.--Concepcion, M. B. Philippine population policy and program.--Poethig, R. P. Philippine cities.--Deats, R. L. Natural resources and environment.--Valdepeñas, V. B. The economy.--McCarthy, C. J. The Chinese in the Philippines.--Gomez, H. M. Muslim-Christian relations.--Grant, A. J. and Tima, R. Philippine cultural minorities.--Arevalo, C. G. The task of the church.--Avila, C. R. The struggle for liberation and democracy.--Gorospe, V. R. The new Christian morality and the Filipino.
LCCN
72096284 //r903
OCLC
841260
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