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Was Andres Bonifacio Richer Than Commonly Believed?

The leader of the revolt of the masses may actually belong to the middle class

In popular paintings and monuments, revolutionary leader Andres Bonifacio, who founded the secret society Katipunan that launched the uprising that eventually ended Spanish colonial rule, is depicted donning a red camisa de chino with a salakot on his head and a bolo ...

by Pauline Macaraeg  | November 30, 2018 09:00:00
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How Studying History Brings Success

Studying history gives you an advantage because human nature never changes

When I was a child, my mom told me that studying history would greatly benefit me. My initial thought was, History is in the past -- I need to focus on the future.My young, arrogant mind didn't fully grasp what my mother meant ...

by David Meltzer  | June 24, 2018 02:00:00
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10 of the Richest Women in History

These ladies deserve the spotlight

Girl power is at an all-time high in 2018. With the celebration of International Women's Month this march, females across the world are being honored -- including some of the fiercest women to grace the business world. Since the creation of the holiday in ...

by GoBankingRates  | March 30, 2018 08:00:00
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The Amazing History of Panasonic, Which Was Founded 100 Years Ago by a 23-Year-Old

The company weathered economic crises and WW2 driven by the mission of making affordable appliances

One-third of startups founded today don’t survive more than 10 years, so when a company turns 100, it’s worth taking a moment to examine its history.Japanese electronics company Panasonic started out making parts and expanded to producing entire appliances. The company survived World War ...

by Lydia Belanger  | March 11, 2018 02:00:00
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Did Entrepreneurs Play a Role in the Anti-Spanish Revolt Launched by Andres Bonifacio and Katipunan?

Though described as plebeian, the Katipunan was supported by some wealthy traders, some of whom suffered for it

The first Filipino historian of the Katipunan, Isabelo de los Reyes, wrote in a pamphlet published in 1900 that the revolutionary association was a “plebeian society.” Among its members of mostly laborers and peasants, “there was not a single rich man, nor ...

by Pauline Macaraeg  | November 30, 2017 10:00:00