Tuesday, October 24, 1922

In the morning, a call from Quezon, discouraged. He suspects that Osmeña is not helping him as much as he should. He makes an appointment for me to see him in the Intendencia Building. From there, we go to Osmeña's office. There, Quezon begins to weep. "You have deserted me," he tells Osmeña, wiping away his..

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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 book; for the purpose of this website this entry has been assigned the date October 1] The fight between the Nacionalistas and the Colectivistas is becoming very interesting. Quezon and Osmeña are once more..

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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 been worked for years, and planned behind the back of Osmeña. Technically, it is a bloodless coup d'etat. Quezon took advantage of the Speaker's position to undermine him and pull him..

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November 13th, 1899

About 5 in the afternoon, we left Bayambang with the President, his family, and escort for Calasiao and Santa Barbara, where we joined General Gregorio H. del Pilar and his brigade. Without any rest during the night, we took the road to Pozorrubio, stopping for a while between Manaoag and San Manuel. On the afternoon..

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