Spanish and american colonization in the past years
The Allocation writer Isabel De Los Rexes estimated membership at 1 5,000 to 50,000. Aside from Manila, the Justinian also had sizeable chapters in Battings, Laguna, Cavity, Racial, Vulcan, Pangaea, Tarmac and Uneven Juice. There were also smaller chapters in Locos Sure, Locos Norte, Panamanian and the Bucolic region. The Justinian founders spent their free time recruiting members.
For example, Died, who was a clerk at a judicial court, was assigned to the office f a justice of the peace in Pangaea.He initiated members in that province as well as Vulcan, Tarmac and Uneven Juice. Most of the Stationeries were plebeian although several wealthy patriots joined the society and submitted themselves to the leadership of Boniface. Gatekeeper (plural, mega Gatekeeper) is the demon of a male member of the Justinian. Gatekeeper (plural, mega Gatekeeper) refers to female members. Prominent members included Joss Racial, author of Noel Me Tanager (novel) and El Filibusterer’s, Agrarian Leavened, publisher of La Solidarity, the pavement’s principal organ, Marino pence, the organization’s secretary and Marcelo del Pillar.Objective of the Propaganda Movement Members of the Propaganda Movement were called propagandists or reformists.
They worked inside and outside the Philippines. Their objectives were to seek: ; Recognition of the Philippines as a province of Spain ; Equal status for both Filipinos and Spaniards ; Philippine representation in the Spanish Cortes ; Colonization of Philippine parishes. ; Recognition of human rights The Propaganda Movement never asked for Philippine independence cause its members believed that once Spain realized the pitiful state of the country, the Spaniards would implement the changes the Filipinos were seeking.Objective of the Justinian(ASK) ; The political goal was to completely separate the Philippines from Spain after declaring the country’s independence. ; The moral goal was to teach the Filipinos good manners, cleanliness, hygiene, fine morals, and how to guard themselves against religious fanaticism. ; The civic goal was to encourage Filipinos to help themselves and to defend the poor oppressed. Achievements The crowning achievement of the Justinian-Managing was the establishment of the first Philippine Republic.
The Philippine Republic, more commonly known as the First Philippine Republic or the Mallows Republic was a short-lived nascent revolutionary government in the Philippines. It was formally established with the proclamation of the Mallows Constitution on January 23, 1 899 in Mallows, Vulcan, and endured until the capture and surrender of Emilio Continual to the American forces on March 23, 1 901 in Planar, Isabella, which effectively dissolved the First Republic.