Model states: Philippines 1900 - 1945

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Model states: Philippines 1900 - 1945
1 Requirements of a model state
1.1 Democratic
1.1.1 Didn't have
1.2 Freedom of speech
1.2.1 Didn't have
1.3 Pro-capitalist, anti-communist
1.4 Pro-America, anti-USSR
1.5 Good economy
1.5.1 Didn't have
1.6 Equal rights
1.7 No real resistance
1.7.1 Didn't have - The Huks
2 Rule:
2.1 1900 – US rule
2.2 1935 – Independence
2.3 1939-45 – Japanese rule
2.4 1945 – ‘Independence’ (controlled by America as much as possible)
3 Roxas was leader
3.1 Supported by America because he wasn't communist
4 Freedom and democracy
4.1 Shining example of capitalist prosperity and democracy
4.2 Had election (won by Roxas who was controlled by America)
4.3 Gained independence in 1946
4.4 Truman used Filipino independence to ensure US dominance in Pacific and strengthen DPS
4.5 Denied Roxas rehabilitation funds and instead set up bases
4.6 Knew Roxas would win elections
4.7 Huks hated America and Roxas as they worked with Japan
5 Prosperous Filipino economy
5.1 US wanted to reinstate 'open door' free trade policy. Gave $620 million to rid poverty so capitalism was favoured
5.2 Became a market for US goods and a source of raw materials for US military operations
5.3 Extremely rich and extremely poor so lots of opposition
5.4 1946: Bell Trade Act Filipino companies had to sell at higher prices than US
6 Market for US goods
6.1 US manufacturers paid cheap labour and made products more cheaply than in US
6.2 Supported US capitalism and consumerism
6.3 1946: Bell Trade Act Filipino companies had to sell at higher prices than US
7 Strong political ally in the defence of SE Asia
7.1 Politically yes as Roxas was pro-America
7.2 No as Roxas didn't have public support - the Huks did
8 Source of raw materials for US military operations
8.1 Army camps with US soldiers used to defeat Huks

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