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Because of the tyranny of both Spain and the United States the Filipinos pushed back against their oppressors. In the Philippines, a country that was a victim of American Imperialism, economic, political, and religious issues contributed to the devastating effects of White Imperialism. The economy wasn't fair to the Filipinos and only profited the Americans because they were extracting natural resources and were selling their finished goods to the natives and at the same time using them as cheap labor...
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The Philippines began trading with the rest of the world in 1834. The Spanish American war meant that the Philippines would be taken over by the United States and they would become an American colony. The Philippines status as a colony altered in 1935 and changed to self-governance. The new Commonwealth of the Philippines lasted until the occupied Japanese left and the Americans said that the Filipiones could have their own government...
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