9 National Book Store outlets in Metro Manila now carry our book Marcos Martial Law: Never Again

Soon, 7 NBS in Luzon, 2 in Cebu, 1 in Bacolod, 1 in Davao will have it - Hi guys, National Book Store gave me the following updates. First, the following NBS outlets in Metro Manila now have the Student Edition of our book. (Unless these are already sold out.) :

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Apologies for the delay in getting our book to National Book Store outlets

By Raïssa Robles - Due to circumstances beyond our control, our book will only be available in National Book Store this Friday. National told me today they were unable to bring our books over to select Metro Manila branches. National has assured me, though, that by Friday the books will be in some of their branches. They will be sending me which are these branches as soon as the books actually arrive in their outlets.

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Senator Bongbong Marcos told me today he got my book, Marcos Martial Law: Never Again

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Exclusive by Raïssa Robles - Today at lunch, I had Bongbong Marcos, that is, I listened to him as the guest speaker of the Rotary Club of Manila. I went to Manila Polo Club where the Rotary Club of Manila now meets, precisely to ask Senator Marcos some questions. I prefaced my questions to him by reminding him that he had long been saying - "let history the judge" of his father's rule.

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Why I believe Rodrigo Duterte is copying Marcos’ moves to set up a dictatorship

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By Raïssa Robles - (I gave this brief speech when I was a discussant in Friday's University of the Philippines forum, “Never Again, Never Forget: Martial Law, the Academe, and the Public”. Being neither a UP professor nor a state employee who is banned from expressing political opinion, I felt I was free to point out an unfolding political phenomenon that seemed to closely mimic what the Dictator, Ferdinand Marcos, did in 1972. I am referring to presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte. My deep thanks to the UP College of Social Sciences and Philosophy and the Department of History for inviting me to be part of their historic two-day Forum.)

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I’m signing books at La Solidaridad this Saturday afternoon

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When the Student Edition is launched at the Philippine PEN (Poets & Playwrights, Essayists, Novelists) meet - By Raissa Robles - The Student Edition of my book, Marcos Martial Law: Never Again is now out and can be bought at La Solidaridad in Padre Faura, Manila and, starting Monday, at the University of the Philippines Third World Studies Center. This is at the basement of Palma Hall (just ask the guard for directions).

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Historic two-day conference on Martial Law in UP, Diliman starts tomorrow

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By Raïssa Robles - Despite the mysterious fire that gutted the rooms of social science professors at the University of the Philippines, a historic conference entitled Never Again, Never Forget: Martial Law, the Academe, and the Public will go on starting tomorrow at the fourth floor of Palma Hall (the old Arts and Sciences building). The conference is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. But slots are limited for the snacks and lunch, so try to sign up at once. In any case, those who are too late can still attend the conference where noted professors on the subject will discuss various aspects of Martial Law. Those interested have to sign up online because

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My book, Marcos Martial Law: Never Again now in La Solidaridad book store, Manila

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You can also avail of free delivery anywhere in the Philippines reached by courier service - By Raïssa Robles - The iconic La Solidaridad book shop along Padre Faura, Manila, owned by National Artist F. Sionil Jose and his wife, is now carrying my book.

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Five vice-presidential candidates, including Sen. Bongbong Marcos, now have my book

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By Raïssa Robles - I know because I personally delivered copies of my book Marcos Martial Law: Never Again to the offices of the following candidates for the vice-presidency: Senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. Senator Francis "Chiz" Escudero Senator Alan Peter Cayetano Senator Gregorio Honasan Senator Antonio Trillanes III

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