WHEN former Philippine President Corazon Aquino passed away after her 16 months of battle against colon cancer in the dawn of Saturday (August 1, Philippine time), not only the millions of Filipinos openly mourned for their nation's and Asia's first female president.
Many world leaders sent their condolences to her family like Chinese President Hu Jintao, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Pope Benedict XVI, South African President Jacob Zuma, US President Barack Obama, and even White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
People from various parts of the world also joined in weeping for the demise of the 76-year-old Aquino, deemed as the “global icon of democracy,” among them are the essay writers of prime online custom writing service BestEssays.Com.
Many essay papers and books had been written about Cory Aquino, whose full name is Maria Corazon Sumulong Cojuangco Aquino, a “plain housewife” who rose to notability after her husband Benigno Aquino Jr.--a senator and prime figure in the political opposition against the authoritarian rule of President Ferdinand Marcos—was assassinated at the tarmac of the Manila International Airport in August 21, 1983 upon his return from exile in the United States to challenge the dictator.
“The senator's killing enraged the Filipinos and unleashed a widespread opposition movement that propelled Mrs. Aquino as a unifying force against President Marcos,” shared BestEssays.Com fact-checker Matthew Wilcoxen. “Sans political experience, the 'plain housewife' was drafted to compete against Marcos in the 1986 snap presidential elections. Her opponent won despite countless reports of massive cheating, but the 'slim widow in yellow' was installed as president via the peaceful 'People Power Revolution'.”
Essay writers Anna Rush and Michael Hamman stressed out that the bloodless uprising that the late president spearheaded 23 years ago in the Philippines actually became “an inspiration to nonviolent resistance worldwide, like in South Africa, South America, Pakistan and even in eastern parts of Europe where communist leadership concluded—no wonder that she was hailed as the present-day Joan of Arc.”
According to historical essay papers writer Helen Swain, the life story of the former woman leader from the Far East can be fittingly described as very interesting. “Yes, she became president; was known to be a forerunner of democracy, peace and women empowerment; and had a piety devotion. But there are more enthralling pieces of information about her!”
Essay editor Ana Khan agreed to Swain's statements and added: “I learned that she was a class valedictorian when she completed grade school; she intended to become a teacher in mathematics as well as a language interpreter—so she's not just a plain housewife that others just thought of; she also holds a bachelor's degree in French language with a minor in mathematics.”
And so to commemorate further the unmatched contributions of former President Corazon Aquino who became a “people power heroine” in her country and in the world, the management of BestEssays.Com announced that beginning Wednesday, Aug. 5—incidentally the scheduled date of her private burial at the Manila Memorial Park where her husband had been laid to rest—it's pool of essay writers will begin offering custom essays and all other academic requirements pertaining to her.”
“This is our way of honoring and showing our respect, appreciation and gratitude to the global advocate of freedom,” the administrators of BestEssays.Com said.
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