In 1965 Ferdinand Emmanuel Edralin Marcos Sr. was elected as 10th President of the Philippines. He served the Philippines as a president from 1965 to 1986. As a president of the Philippines, he established an authoritarian regime in the Philippines that came under criticism for corruption and its suppression of democratic processes.
Ferdinand Marcos had also played an active role in World War II. After the war, he served the Philippines as a technical assistant to President Manuel Roxas until 1949. Ferdinand Marcos had also served in the House of Representatives and the Senate. Later, he had also served the Philippines as a technical assistant to President Manuel Roxas until 1949. In the year 1965, Ferdinand Marcos got elected as the president of the Philippines. After getting elected as president he tried to improve the quality of agriculture, industry, and education, but the late 1960s were troubled by student unrest and urban guerrilla activity.
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