Temporary Arrangement

Crowds will assemble throughout the Philippines publicly to celebrate the restoration of peace, said the Berlin radio.

The small, greying man in a dapper blue suit, arriving at Washington's Union Station, knew what kind of peace the voice was talking about. And Manuel Quezon knew where the voice came from; he knew his people would never submit. "They will come out of the hills where they are hiding and they will fight as long as they have one bullet left."

As he stepped out of Union Station into the bright afternoon sun,...

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