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by Fr. Josť Rodriguez

This pamphlet was distributed almost for free in 1888 to malign Dr. Rizal and his writings. The author is a spanish priest of the Augustinian order. On August 3 of the same year, Marcelo H. Del Pilar writing under the name ''Dolores Manapat'' wrote a pamphlet in answer to Fr. Rodriguez's work which he entitled ''KAIIGAT KAYO'' (Be slippery as an eel). It could be said that the malicious work of Fr. Rodriguez became the spark that ignited and destroyed the power of Spain over the Philippines.


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