Teodoro M. Kalaw

Teodoro M. Kalaw

March 31, 1884 — December 5, 1940), scholar, legislator, journalist, educator and historian.

March 1, 1922

Quezon has finally won victory for his party. All our efforts and those of the Speaker proved useless to stop the secession. This split has

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October 1, 1922

[Note: In the book, this entry is only labeled “October,” and precedes the extracts of the October 22-26, 1922 diary entries reproduced in the same

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Sunday, October 22, 1922

All afternoon, Quezon and Osmeña were here at home preparing the terms of the political fusion. The discussions were very interesting. In the beginning, Quezon

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Monday, October 23, 1922

The meeting of the Comité de Intelligencia under my chairmanship. The platform drafted in my house last Sunday was presented and approved; but, upon being submitted

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Wednesday, October 25, 1922

Meeting of the Nacionalistas in the house of Celestino Rodriguez. The situation begins to improve. In the evening, the Democratas gave the fatal blow, voting solidly for

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Thursday, October 26, 1922

Once more a meeting of the Nacionalistas in the house of Celestino Rodriguez. Quezon tells me he cannot help admire Osmeña’s serenity because, when he visited

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