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colonialism ...........................................................................................................................

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panish Colonial JournalismSpanish Colonial JournalismPhilippine Journalism has come a long way and walked a tedious path beginning when the Spaniards of the late 16th century, to its transient hiatus during the Marcos regime, to today's modern practices. Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese maritime explorer, anchored his ship near the shores of the Philippine Islands. Magellan, who was in service of the Spanish crown, was in search for the Spice Islands of Indonesia. But fate carried them to the Philippine Archipelago and certain objectives followed suit. The Spaniards decided to bring along wi

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