Hatton Sumners, Philippines Constitution of 1934, a hidden chapter. Resistance to imperialism. Appeal for information

Hatton W. Sumners was a white supremacist U.S. congressman and also spoke to the veterans of the Philippines American War praising them as heroes. He believed that without either seperation or hierarchy races would wage an exterminating war. 

He is written up as a person who drafted the 1934 Philippines Constitution in local history books. 

https://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/entries/sumners-hatton-william

CFP: "Uneasy Neighbours: Conflict and Control in the Colonial City, c. 1870-1930" (Workshop, University of Bremen, 15–16 July 2021)

Uneasy Neighbours: Conflict and Control in the Colonial City, c. 1870-1930

Workshop at the University of Bremen (Germany), 15–16 July 2021
Organized by Norman Aselmeyer and Avner Ofrath

CFP: "Uneasy Neighbours: Conflict and Control in the Colonial City, c. 1870-1930" Workshop (Bremen, 15-16 July 2021)

Uneasy Neighbours: Conflict and Control in the Colonial City, c. 1870-1930

Workshop at the University of Bremen (Germany), 15–16 July 2021
Organized by Norman Aselmeyer and Avner Ofrath

CFP: "Uneasy Neighbours: Conflict and Control in the Colonial City, c. 1870-1930" (Workshop, University of Bremen, 15–16 July 2021)

Uneasy Neighbours: Conflict and Control in the Colonial City, c. 1870-1930

Workshop at the University of Bremen (Germany), 15–16 July 2021
Organized by Norman Aselmeyer and Avner Ofrath

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