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Jose Abad Santos

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Ramon Aboitiz   

 

Gregorio Aglipay   

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Marcela Agoncillo    

 

Abelardo Aguilar                         

 

Emilio Aguinaldo                        

 

Angel Alcala                                  

 

Fernando Amorsolo                    

  

Benigno Aquino, Jr.                     

 

Corazon Aquino                           

 

Benigno S. Aquino III

 

Melchora Aquino                         

 

Gloria Macapagal Arroyo                      

 

 Teodoro Asedillo                                     

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Francisco Balagtas                       

 

Diosdado Banatao                       

 

Andres Bonifacio                         

 

Lino Brocka                                   

 

Pedro Calungsod                                     

 

 Levi Celerio                                    

 

 Apolinario de la Cruz                  

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Francisco Dagohoy                                 

 

Florentino Das                                         

 

Honorata “Atang” dela Rama               

 

Gerardo de Leon                                      

 

Fe del Mundo            

 

 Isabelo de los Reyes                                

 

Epifanio de los Santos                            

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Gregorio del Pilar                                    

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Marcelo H. del Pilar   

 

Gloria Diaz                                                

 

Jose Diokno                                               

 

Rodrigo Roa Duterte                               

Josefa Llanes Escoda                               

 

Joseph Ejercito Estrada                          

 

Julian Felipe

           

Jovita Fuentes

 

Carlos P. Garcia

 

John Gokongwei, Jr.                                      

 

GOMBURZA

 

 Emilio Jacinto

 

Graciano Lopez Jaena

 

 Pura Villanueva Kalaw                          

 

Lucrecia R. Kasilag

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Muhammad Dipatuan Kudarat          

 

Arsenio H. Lacson                                                 

 

Lapulapu                                                   

 

 Jose P. Laurel                                  

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Vicente Lim

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Leandro V. Locsin                                    

 

Eugenio Lopez, Jr.

 

Regina Paz L. Lopez

 

Antonio Luna

 

Juan Luna

 

Apolinario Mabini                                  

 

Diosdado Macapagal

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  • Manapat, Carlos, et al.Economics, Taxation, and Agrarian Reform. Quezon City: C&E Pub., 2010. Print.
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Ramon Magsaysay

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Miguel Malvar

 

Felix Manalo

 

Ferdinand E. Marcos                               

 

Joseph McMicking                                  

 

Juan Nakpil

 

Jose Nepomuceno

 

Paeng Nepumuceno

 

Maria Ylagan Orosa

 

Sergio Osmeña, Sr.

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Manny Pacquiao

 

Jose Palma

  

Manuel V. Pangilinan                             

 

Tomas Pinpin                                           

 

Manuel L. Quezon

 

Elpidio Quirino

 

Fidel V. Ramos

 

Maria Socorro Ramos

 

Enrique K. Razon, Jr.                                

 

Claro M. Recto

 

 Efren Bata Reyes                                      

 

Artemio Ricarte                                       

 

Jose Rizal

 

Jesse Robredo                                           

 

 Carlos P. Romulo                                      

 

Manuel A. Roxas

  

Lorenzo Ruiz                                             

 

Macario Sakay                                          

 

Jovito Salonga                                          

 

Lea Salonga                                               

 

Miriam Defensor Santiago                                 

 

Leonardo Sarao, Sr.

 

Gabriela Silang

     

    Henry Sy

     

    Washington Sycip

     

    Andrew Tan

     

    Lorenzo Tañada

     

    Tony Tan Caktiong

     

    George S. K. Ty

     

    Discoro L. Umali

     

    Ramon Valera

     

    Manuel Villar, Jr.

     

    Wenceslao Vinzons

     

    Alfonso Yuchengco

     

    Gregorio Zara