Diary of Ferdinand E. Marcos

November 6, 1972

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11:20 PM

Nov. 6, 1972

Monday

Malacañan Palace

Manila

I woke up at 7:14 AM, earlier than I expected as I was not asleep at 1:00 AM.

Wrote down my orders for the day to Dr. de Vega and Jake, Sec. Melchor and others.

Went through my papers. But checked on the pending projects especially on cooperatives through USec. for Cooperatives Dacay and Marquez.

Did not meet any visitors.

Worked on the sequel of Todays Revolution. I have set the end of month as my deadline.

We need a book to answer all the questions that the cynics (including New York Times which had an editorial yesterday calling me and Park Chung Hee of Korea dictators curtailing freedom). Keep asking up to now although most now applaud the proclamation of martial law and the reforms.

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