Where Bulldozers Bear An Olive BranchHugh Filman
It's more than 600 miles from Manila to the far end of Mindanao, the giant island at the southeastern tip of the Philippine archipelago. Today, it takes less than two hours to get here by jet, which heightens the contrast between the sprawling capital and this largely rural, mostly undeveloped land.
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