P750 (P1500 value) for a “From Ninoy to Noynoy: 25 years of the Philippine Daily Inquirer” Softbound Book
- A Historic Chronicle of the past 25 years of Philippine Events
- Most widely read publication in the country
- Winner of countless awards
- INQUIRER’s 25th anniversary edition
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Like a favorite sitcom, a good news publication appears once a week, has a laugh track, and usually ends with a heart-warming moral about international trade. Read up on 25 years’ worth of history with today’s Groupon: P750 (P1500 value) for a “From Ninoy to Noynoy: 25 years of the Philippine Daily Inquirer” Softbound Book.
From the tragic to the comic, and the many shades in-between, the INQUIRER’s 25th anniversary offering highlights the resilience and heroism of Filipinos through the waning days of the Marcos dictatorship, the heady days of EDSA People Power I, the earthquakes and volcanic eruptions of the early 1990s to the second EDSA People Power at the turn of the century. It ends in its beginning, as the son of the woman whose husband’s death sparked its founding becomes the country’s 15th president.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer is undeniably the country’s most
widely read and circulated newspaper. With over 2.7 million nationwide readers
daily, it enjoys a market share of over 50% and tops the readership surveys.
Not only is it the most read among all sectors and ages, it is also the country’s most trusted source of hard-hitting news and