Everything to play for

Putzel, James
April 1998
World Today;Apr98, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p101
Focuses on the campaigns to be held in the Philippines, in which a number of personalities will be contending for the Presidency. Year in which democracy was restored in the Philippines; Number of persons contending in the campaigns; Who the contenders will be up against for the Presidency; Identification of other strong candidates in the campaigns; Details on the four key sources of support on which a presidential candidate's fortunes depend.


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