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  One question Rizal raises in this essay is whether or not Spain can indeed prevent the progress of the Philippines: Keeping the people uneducated and ignorant had failed. National consciousness had still awakened and great !ilipino inds still e erged fro the ru##le. Keeping he people i poverished also ca e to no avail. On the contrary living a life of eternal destitution had allowed the !ilipinos to act on thedesire for a change in their way of life. $hey #egan to e%plore other horizons through which they could ove towards progress. &%ter inating the people as an alternative to hindering progress did not work either. $he !ilipino race was a#le to survive a idst wars and fa ine and #eca e even ore nu erous after such catastrophes. $o wipe out the nation altogether would require the sacrifice of thousands of Spanish soldiers and this is so ethingOne question Rizal raises in this essay is whether or not Spain can indeed prevent the progress of the Philippines: Keeping the people uneducated and ignorant had failed. National consciousness had still awakened and great !ilipino inds still e erged fro the ru##le. Keeping he people i poverished also ca e to no avail. On the contrary living a life of eternal destitution had allowed the !ilipinos to act on thedesire for a change in their way of life. $hey #egan to e%plore other horizons through which they could ove towards progress. &%ter inating the people as an alternative to hindering progress did not work either. $he !ilipino race was a#le to survive a idst wars and fa ine and #eca e even ore nu erous after such catastrophes. $o wipe out the nation altogether would require the sacrifice of thousands of Spanish soldiers and this is so ethingSpain's i ple entation of her ilitary policies ( #ecause of such laws the Philippine population decreased dra atically. Poverty #eca e ore ra pant than ever and far lands were left to wither. $he fa ily as a unit of society was neglected and overall every aspect of the life of the !ilipino was retarded.)eterioration and disappearance of !ilipino indigenous culture ( when Spain ca e with the sword and thecross it #egan the gradual destruction of the native Philippine culture. *ecause of this the !ilipinos started losing confidence in their past and their heritage #eca e dou#tful of their present lifestyle and eventually lost hope in the future and the preservation of their race.Passivity and su# issiveness to the Spanish colonizers ( one of the ost powerful forces that influenced a culture of silence a ong the natives were the Spanish friars. *ecause of the use of force the !ilipinos learned to su# it the selves to the will of the foreigners.
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