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    Having poverty is unfair, unethical, and dangerous. The Philippines should abolish poverty because its people deserve to be free of it. Poverty in the Philippines is one of the most serious problems that the government must deal with. In relation to its nature, poverty in the Philippines arose from the rapid population growth in the country. The effects of it are very visible in nature. Poverty causes many Filipinos to not pursue their education. Others seem to be contented of their lives as poor. Many parents cannot afford to send their children to school because, of the financial problem. The majority who are affected of this problem are those who are living in the mountain areas because, some of them are lived in miles away from schools…

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    the entire Philippines today we experience poverty caused by inequality where the gap between the Filipino rich and the poor is relatively high and alarming. Poverty has always been present even in the past governments. It is one of the biggest and most evident problems in the Philippines considering that we are a developing country. According to the dictionary, poverty is defined as the state or condition of having little or no money, goods, or means of support. Poverty and inequality in the…

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    Corazon Aquino was open to growth in the various ways as she worked to find solutions to the conflicts in the Philippines. Through her understanding that influence sometimes depends upon being the one in charge and at other times working effectively within a group, she demonstrated an ability to influence others in a way that promoted justice. Aquino used nonviolence to stand up against injustices and made many new reforms according to the needs of the people. Unlike the Philippine’s president…

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    Plagued by tremendous amounts of landfills full of trash, daily methane gas, and poverty would be a great description for the suburbs of Payatas in the Philippines. Just outside of the capital of Manila is the god-forsaken town of Payatas. Manila is home to almost eleven million people and the town of Payatas is known as dumping ground for the city. Surrounded by crime, pollution, extreme poverty and death, Payatas seems to have every third world countries problems to get ahead, if only other…

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    a company and how it is good for business. After reading a scholarly journal on CSR in the Philippines, I have come to the obvious conclusion that CSR is good for business. Since the Philippines is a developing country, the aim for CSR here is to give back to the community. Corporations across the Philippines took part in this initiative in steps that benefit a sector of the population (Habaradas, 2013). The first step is to help farmers become reliable suppliers. The second step is to hire…

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    Annex The Philippines

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    The U.S. should not annex the Philippines because the Philippine people are very experienced in speaking their own language and also having their own currency which means that they are capable of self ruling. For economic reasons like doing agriculture for a living and making some money off of that income that is why the U.S. should not annex the Philippines as well. The Philippine government was already sturdy and running perfectly fine before the U.S. colonized the Philippines and they were…

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    focus of keeping the US out of the Philippines. Although Imperialist viewed the annexation as helpful to the US, the inability to give the people of the Philippines lawfully equal treatment, racial differences along with opposing moral views, and the cost of expansion would become arguments justifying why the Anti Imperialist were against the colonization of the Philippines. The first reason the Anti Imperialist wanted to avoid colonizing the Philippines was how it affected the US and the…

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    Psychology Of Heroism

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    of his fellow friends in the Philippines, he also demonstrates many examples of “small H and big H heroism” (Psychology of Heroism). Hilario Borja Salas Jr. was born on May 24, 1946 in Pampanga, Philippines. The oldest of three children, he was known as "Jun" (short for ‘Junior’) to his family and friends. Although their home had no electricity or an indoor bathroom, Hilario says he didn't consider his family to be poor because that's how everybody around them lived. However, Hilario wanted to…

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    In my opinion, the world is such a diverse place with so many different countries with varying beliefs and cultures. No two countries are the same and I first learned that when I first moved to the Philippines. At first, I was shocked when I saw striking contrasts between both of the countries like in culture, people and way of life. The Philippines is still a developing country and there are many challenges that the Filipino people must face. In the Philippines, there is such a disparity…

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    histories that brought destruction and instability during the Philippines-American War and Vietnam War, gave birth to the Islamic State because of an ignorance that prevented the US from correctly…

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