World Chancelleries: Future of the Philippines

The Dream of Poor Bazin

Jerry Stratton

What if the Three Musketeers were journalists in Washington, DC? What if journalists were swashbuckling, swaggering, hard-drinking warriors of truth? Find out in Jerry Stratton’s The Dream of Poor Bazin.

  1. Another Great Japanese Talks
  2. World Chancelleries
  3. China’s Rights and Wrongs

Interviews with

Manuel Quezon
President of the Philippine Senate

Sergio Osmeña
Senator and ex-Speaker of the Philippine Lower House

Maj.-Gen. Leonard Wood
Governor General of the Philippines

“As It Is Deadly to an Individual to Lack Liberty, Reasonable Liberty, the Liberty Stopping Only at the Boundary of the Liberty of Others, So It Is Deadly for a Nation to Lack That Liberty Which Stops Only at the Boundary of the Liberty of other Nations.”—Quezon.

“Both Life and Liberty Would be Perfectly Safe Under Filipino Sovereignty. We Have Proved Our Capacity to Govern.”—Osmeña.

“It Is Intolerable That an Uneducated Electorate, Harangued by Political Aspirants to Power and Emolument, Should Frustrate America’s Long, Laborious, and Expensive Struggle to Build a Firmly-Based Christian State in the Philippines, and Also Jar the Delicate Interracial and International Balance in the Pacific Inimically to the Cause of World Peace.”—Leonard Wood.

  1. Another Great Japanese Talks
  2. World Chancelleries
  3. China’s Rights and Wrongs