Maximo Kalaw was a writer and an associate editor of the Manila Times. He was a professor of political science at the University of the Philippines  and became the first Filipino to teach in an American university.

MAXIMO KALAW

Kalaw was also a private secretary to Manuel Quezon and a representative of the 3rd district of Batangas in the first legislature of the Commonwealth.

 

As a writer, Kalaw used the English Language. His published works include Usapin ng mga Pilipino (1915), The Development of Philippine Politics (1926), The Filipino Rebel: A Romance of the American Occupation of the Philippines (1930), The Philippine Question: An Analysis (1931), An Introduction to Philippine Social Science (1933), and Materials for the Constitution (1934).

10 May 1891

to 23 March 1955

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