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  1. FILIPINO REVOLTS

  2. CAUSES OF REVOLTS AGAINTS SPAIN

  3. The people’s desire to regain their • lost freedom and happiness. • Spanish oppression. • Hated tribute. • Forced labor. • Religious persecution. • Agrarian disputes with the friars who • grabbed the lands of the natives. • Spanish religious bigotry or because the people in certain regions of the country wanted to go back to the worship of their ancestral gods.

  4. FAILED FAILED FAILED

  5. FAILED FAILED FAILED FAILED

  6. FAILED FAILED FAILED

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  8. FAILED FAILED FAILED

  9. FAILED FAILED FAILED FAILED

  10. FAILED FAILED FAILED

  11. WHY ALL THESE REVOLTS ARE FAILED?

  12. Absence ofnationalism • Lack of leaders to unite the whole archipelago. • Regional hostility • Archipelagic nature of the Philippines prevented a steady communication in the provinces. • Superiority of the Spanish arms • The betrayals and assasinations of rebel leaders.

  13. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE EARLY REVOLTS

  14. Indubitably, they proved that the Filipinos were not satisfied to remain as oppressed, dependent people and that if given a chance to do so, they never hesitated or faltered to strike for dignity, liberty and happiness. Not with standing their failure, the early Filipino revolts were of vast significance.

  15. Moreover, out of the ashes of the unsuccessful revolts of the Filipino arose the spirit of dynamic nationalism. The failure of their periodic uprisings taught them the bitter lesson that they could never free themselves from Spanish misrule by struggling separately as separate tribes, but that they had to unite and fight the common welfare of the father land