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The Maturation of the Con-Con
OSCAR L. LEVISTE
Philippine Sociological Review
Vol. 20, No. 4, SOCIAL ISSUES '72: Papers from the Philippine Sociological Society's Public Lecture Series (October 1972), pp. 403-405
Published by: Philippine Sociological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23892198
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At midterm the Constitutional Convention has completed half of its tasks. In terms of the maturation process it has passed through infancy, childhood, and adolescence, and is now crossing the threshold to adulthood. The achievement of unity (taken as the mark of group maturity) has been a gradual process, assisted by the catalytic operation of several subgroups within the convention. The ultimate success of the convention, however, will be measured by the extent to which the Filipino people is involved in the making of the new constitution.
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