The Philippine independence missions to the United States 1919-1934
In 1916 the Filipinos received the promise of independence "as soon as a stable government can be established." The promise, contained in the preamble of the Jones Law, provided impetus to Filipino aspirations for independence. However, the Filipino leaders did not agitate for independence during the World War as a gesture of loyalty to the United States. But by the end of the War in 1913, the Filipinos felt that they had established the stable government required by the Jones Law and...[Show more]
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