#INQStory 29 Edsa revolt anniversaries as told by the Inquirer
MANILA, Philippines – Every February 26, the Philippine Daily Inquirer publishes stories and in-depth features commemorating the anniversary of the Edsa People Power Revolution.
The Inquirer was the only national newspaper to cover from the very beginning the events leading up to the late Ferdinand Marcos’ ouster and the end of martial law on February 25, 1986.
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INQUIRER.net looks back at 29 Edsa I anniversaries through a compilation of the newspaper’s front pages every February 25 and 26, beginning 1987 – the first anniversary – as well as the news events and issues pertinent around the same time.
View the front pages in the compiled slides below.
Source: Inquirer Research
For more stories on the Edsa People Power Revolution, go to www.inquirer.net/edsa
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