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History 2 - INTERROGATING THE EMPIRE

NAME: ____________________________________________ Date: _____________________ Score: _____________


*General Instruction: STRICTLY NO ERASURES & SUPERIMPOSITIONS.
A. Specify on the blank before each number the work/article/book being referred to by each of
the following. Misspelled answers shall be considered incorrect.
________________________ 1. An exploratory essay written by Dr. Jose Rizal in defense to the alleged
laziness/idleness of the Filipinos during the Spanish colonization.
________________________ 2. The painting of Juan N. Luna that portrays the ritual between Rajah
Sikatuna and Miguel Lpez de Legazpi who is accompanied by other
conquistadores.
________________________ 3. This socio-political essay of Rizal outlined a national history from the
perspective of the Filipino people.
________________________ 4. Vicente Barrantes vituperative work allegedly on the Tagalog theater
which unfortunately, does not discuss the Tagalog theater but merely
lambasts it.
________________________ 5. It was a political propaganda paper with a liberal, reformist orientation
dedicated to the task of fighting reaction in all its forms.
B. Who is the proponent of the following ideology/allegation/argument. Select your answer
from the choices below. Write only the letter on the blank provided for.
A - Jose Rizal
D Ferdinand Blumentritt
B - Isabelo de los Reyes
E - Floro Quibuyen
C - Vicente Barrantes
F - no answer/not among the choices provided
______ 6. The Philippines is not Spain; she only belongs to Spain [by conquest] and she has yet to
enjoy the same rights of sovereignty as Spain.
______ 7. The true character that [pre-colonial] civilization and what is still preserved of it in the
present customs of the people.
______ 8. The early Filipino lives with justice and had peaceful, noble, and respectful customs.
______ 9. Rizals Morga was not a waste of time and was not ignored, for a most crucial historical
reason because it was the one piece that supplied the cornerstone for Bonifacios
Katipunan ideology.
______ 10. The education of the Filipino from birth until the grave is brutalizing, depressing, and
anti-human.
______ 11. If the revolution is not to generate into mob rule or a ruthless dictatorship and thus
create more crimes and injustice than it had sought to remove, it is imperative that the
enlightened class lead and direct it.
______ 12. Filipinos lack spirit of Assimilation for not being able to imbibe the finer elements of
Chinese and Japanese theater.
______ 13. United with Spain, the Philippines will run the run the course of true progress and finish
the race with flying colors; but separated from her, she will rush headlong into the
chaos of anarchy, slavery, and savagery.
______ 14. Rizal would be right in every respect except the Philippines did not become a federal
republic and the Philippines became an American client-state.
______ 15. The civilization of China and Japan excreted a great influence on the Philippines before
the coming of the Spaniards.
C. Write T if the statement is correct and F if otherwise.
_____ 16. Antonio de Morga attributes of excessive patriotism was provoked by Blumentritts
unrestrained denunciation of Filipino pre-colonial past.
_____ 17. Barrantes had aroused the anger of the Filipinos because of his nationalistic and patriotic
articles dedicated to the Indios.

_____ 18. Rizals correspondence with Blumentritt in 1888 shows a basic disagreement between
them over the question of assimilationist reformism of Rizal.
_____ 19. The disastrous effects of colonization and continuing colonial policies fostered indolence of
the Filipinos.
_____ 20. One of the reasons provided by Rizal regarding the Filipino indulgence is the the abuse of
human rights by the agencies of the state.

Prepared by:
Dennis Bryan Valdez
Joab Mar Nacnas

True-or-False:

Identification:

1. La Indolencia de los Filipinos


2. The Blood Compact (El Pacto de Sangre)
3. Filipinas detro de cien anos ("The Philippines a century hence")
4. El Teatro Tagalog
5. La Solidaridad
A. Specify on the blank before each number the work/article/book being referred to by each of the
following items:
__________________1. An exploratory essay written by Dr. Jose Rizal in defense to the alleged
laziness/idleness of the Filipinos during the Spanish colonization.
____________________2. The painting of Juan N. Luna that portrays the ritual between Rajah Sikatuna
and Miguel Lpez de Legazpi who is accompanied by other conquistadores.
____________________3. This socio-political essay of Rizal outlined a national history from the
perspective of the Filipino people.
____________________4. Vicente Barrantes vituperative work allegedly on the Tagalog theater which
unfortunately, does not discuss the Tagalog theater but merely lambasts it.
__________________5. It was a political propaganda paper with a liberal, reformist orientation dedicated
to the task of fighting reaction in all its forms.

B. Who is the proponent of the following ideology/allegation/argument. Select your answer from the
choices below. Write only the letter on the blank provided for.
A - Jose Rizal
B - Isabelo de los Reyes
C - Vicente Barrantes D Ferdinand Blumentritt
E - Floro Quibuyen
F - no answer/not among the choices

A. 6. The Philippines is not Spain; she only belong to Spain [by conquest] and she has yet to
enjoy the same rights of sovereignty as Spain
B. 7. the true character that [pre-colonial] civilization and what is still preserved of it in the present
customs of the people.

pigafetta. 8. The early Filipinos lives with justice and had peaceful, noble, and respectful customs.
E. 9. Rizals Morga was not a waste of time and was not ignored, for a most crucial historical reason: of
all the things of the Propaganda Movement, it was the one piece that supplied the cornerstone for
Bonifacios Katipunan ideology.
205A.10. The education of the Filipino from birth until the grave is brutalizing, depressing, and
antihuman.
214 A. 11. If the revolution is not to generate into mob rule or a ruthless dictatorship and thus create
more crimes and injustice than it had sought to remove, it is imperative that the enlightened class lead
and direct it.
C 12. . Filipino lack spirit of Assimilation for not being able to imbibe the finer elements of Chinese
and Japanese theater.

Pastells E. 13. United with Spain, the Philippines will run the run the course of true progress and
finish the race with flying colors; but separated from her, she will rush headlong into the chaos of
anarchy, slavery, and savagery.
Last E 14. Rizal would be right in every respect except the Philippines did not became a federal
republic and the Philippines became an American client-state.
P192. C. 15. The civilization of China and Japan excerted a great influence on the Philippines before
the coming of the Spaniards.