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People Power: The Philippines EDSA Revolution of 1986
Posted on Tue, Feb 22, 2011
It was twenty five years ago this week that Corazon "Cory" Aquino became president of the Philippines, after millions of Filipinos took to Manila's streets in support of reformist soldiers who had mutinied against longtime dictator Ferdinand Marcos. Following the first color image are the original B&W prints transmitted back to the Inquirer by staff photographer Tom Gralish in January and February of 1986.
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