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S. capitalism and society abroad so as to manage them or resolve their endemic contradictions (no matter how fitfully) continues to be reproducible today with even more and more macabre twists (consider 9/11 and the cynical warmongering against Iraq). We are not sure, in other words, that the long “American Century”—after its inauguration by the neocolonial conquest of the Philippines, Hawai‘i, and other former Spanish territories—has truly ended. S. imperial conservatism, Francis Fukuyama: the United States, with the millennial turn and its vaunted victory over the USSR in the cold war, has not so much “ended history” as commenced it upon a path that few people in the world with an ounce of critical intelligence would entertain as “progress” or even as a thinkable future/fate.

Ideals” and cultural/political administration. It is a pity that we have not heard from Lawcock since or that he did not see fit to revise his work for publication. S. S. S. universities and nearly all these projects sound great, but we never heard from or about their authors again). Anyway, Lawcock was practically making the emergent argument (he did not theorize it, unfortunately) that the nationalism that these first Filipino colonials discovered and recovered from their extended stints in the metropole (the exact opposite of the effect intended and desired by this colonial government project of co-optation) directly extended and recontexualized within the United States as the new terrain of struggle the nationalism of the ilustrado generation.

At the bottom of Rizal’s perception, his speech, and the controversial word he ceaselessly wielded— Filipino—a web of historical events and interpretations implicate and interpellate 22 Patterns of Reform, Repetition, and Return us in unexpected ways. I’ll have to save those investigations for another day: suffice it to say, for now, that the celebration or commemoration of the 1896 centennial invites us to consider a time when the word “Filipino” was still relatively new. S. 16 How did the word “Filipino” sound to the champions of modern democratic republicanism condemned to live and die in a perpetual state of emergency throughout the latter half of the nineteenth century and the opening years of the twentieth?

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