The Philippine Republic, Volume 9

C. H. Tavenner., 1926
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Página 6 - In all the forms of government and administrative provisions which they are authorized to prescribe, the commission should bear in mind that the government which they are establishing is designed not for our satisfaction, or for the expression of our theoretical views, but for the happiness, peace, and prosperity of the people of the Philippine Islands...
Página 7 - Whereas, it is, as it has always been, the purpose of ,the people of the United States to withdraw their sovereignty over the Philippine f."";* Islands and to recognize their independence as soon as a stable government can be established therein...
Página 6 - As this policy of extending control continues, it must logically reduce and finally end the sovereignty of the United States in the Islands, unless it shall seem wise to the American and the Filipino peoples, on account of mutually beneficial trade relations and possible advantage to the Islands in their foreign relations, that the bond shall not be completely severed.
Página 6 - But if they act with wisdom and self-restraint, if they show that they are capable of electing a legislature which in its turn is capable of taking a sane and efficient part in the actual work of government, they can rest assured that a full and increasing measure of recognition will be given them.
Página 6 - Former governor James F. Smith, one of the first civil governors of the Philippines, in 1911 said: "The evolution of a government by Americans assisted by Filipinos into a government of Filipinos assisted by Americans, and the education and preparation of the people for popular self-government...
Página 6 - The policy looks to the improvement of the people both industrially and in selfgoverning capacity. As this policy of extending control continues, it must logically reduce and finally end the sovereignty of the United States...
Página 5 - ... I congratulate you, and through you the Filipino people, on the orderly and lawful conduct of the recent elections, which, notwithstanding the keenness of the struggle and the appearance of a strong new party in the field, were conducted with due regard to the rights of the candidates and with the absence of fraud and irregularity which would be a credit to any people. The will of the people was given full and free expression and the election was honest and fair.
Página 7 - Personally, I think it is a fine and high thing for a nation to have done such a deed with such a purpose. But we can not taint it with bad faith. If we act so that the natives understand us to have made a definite promise, then we should live up to that promise.

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