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American Caesar, Douglas MacArthur, 1880-1964 - Chapter VII, At High Port, pgs. 418-458 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter VII, At High Port, pgs. 418-458 Summary and Analysis

MacArthur returned to the Rock on March 2. MacArthur now had to deal with the issue of the collaborators. Osemona, who was slated to be President, left the problem to MacArthur who basically blocked their prosecution. Jean returned with seven year old Arthur at the end of February. They had been separated from MacArthur for four months and Jean was happy to be back in the city. Since the schools had been demolished, they an English private teacher, Mrs. Phyllis Gibbons, to tutor Arthur. The United States command did not have plans to liberate the Philippines beyond Luzon but they did not stop MacArthur. The entire archipelago was liberated by July 5. MacArthur made a few trips to visit the troops but, aside from that, preferred to spend the time with her family.

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