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reading supplemented the more modern methods of the Jesuit schooling and prepared him for education abroad so that he seems to have entered into the spirit of free institutions and talks of liberty with a realization of its responsibilities that is absent from the beautiful dreams of most writers of Latin countries. Could the magic of his name cause the Spanish-trained generation of Filipinos to study and heed the lessons he prepared for them these Islands might enjoy without delay that prosperity and
 

Dr. Rizal's Mother at 80

Dr. Rizal's Mother at 80

free government for which otherwise they must wait till power comes into the hands of the schoolchildren who are now thru a democratic education acquiring the sense of responsibility and regard for the rights of others which Dr. Rizal recognized as essential to the success of popular government.
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created: June 12, 1998
updated: June 12, 1998
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