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[Summary]Miseducated by Constantino IF TEODORO Agoncillo was the Moses of the class-conflict theory of the Philippine Revolution, the historian Renato Constantino was its Joshua-he led their followers into the promised land. Since the late 1960s, the rich-ver

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Miseducated by Constantino

Miseducation of the Filipino by Renato Constantino

IF TEODORO Agoncillo was the Moses of the class-conflict theory of the Philippine Revolution, the historian Renato Constantino was its Joshua—he led their followers into the promised land. Since the late 1960s, the rich-versus-poor theory has become mainstream fare, even conventional wisdom; despite the efforts of the director and the cast of “Heneral Luna” to add layers of nuance to their interpretation of history, for instance, the movie’s narrative momentum leads easily to a confirmation of the Agoncillo-Constantino thesis. It is the frame that fits most conveniently.

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Renato Constantino

Renato Constantino (March 10, 1919 - September 15, 1999) was an influential Filipino historian. He was the eldest of three children of Atty. Amador Constantino and Francisca Reyes.

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Among the strongest influences in his youth was his maternal grandmother who told him stories about the abuses of Spanish friars. Her family suffered during the early American occupation. His father was critical of politicians of his time for their corruption and lack of sincerity in fighting for independence. Renato's siblings reported that although their parents were strict and expected unconditional obedience, their brother would sometimes dare to argue with them when he did not agree with their opinions.

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