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Gonzales, Plata, and Diwa were councilors. It was also in when Basa and Diwa organized the provincial council of Cavite, which would later be the most successful council of the society. The Filipino scholar Maximo Kalaw reports that Basa yielded the presidency to Bonifacio in because of a dispute over the usefulness of the initiation rites and Bonifacio's handling of the society's buts.
Basa contested Bonifacio's practice of lending their funds to needy members, complete with promissory notes. It was also in when Emilio Jacintoa nephew of Dizon who was studying law at the University of Santo Tomasjoined the Katipunan. He intellectualized the society's aims and formulated the principles of the society as embodied in its primer, called Kartilla.
It was written in Tagalog and all recruits were required to commit it to heart before they were initiated.
Jacinto would later be called the Brains of the Katipunan. At the same time, Jacinto also edited Kalayaan Freedomthe society's official organ, but only one edition of the paper was issued; a second was prepared but never printed due to the discovery of the society.
Kalayaan was published through the printing press of the Spanish newspaper Diario de Manila. This printing press and its workers would later play an important role in the outbreak of the revolution.
Since the priest was a friend of Santiago's sister, he and his half-brother Restituto Javier were suspected of betrayal, but the two would remain loyal to the Katipunan and Santiago would even join the Philippine revolutionary forces in the Philippine—American War.
Jacinto replaced Santiago as secretary. A Katipunan officer's sword. Over the next four years, the Katipunan founders would recruit new members.
By the time the society was uncovered, the American writer James Le Roy estimated the strength of the Katipunan attomembers. Historian Teodoro Agoncillo estimated that the membership had increased to around 30, by The Katipunan founders spent their free time recruiting members.
For example, Diwa, who was a clerk at a judicial court, was assigned to the office of a justice of the peace in Pampanga. He initiated members in that province as well as Bulacan, Tarlac, and Nueva Ecija.
Most of the Katipuneros were plebeian although several wealthy patriots joined the society and submitted themselves to the leadership of Bonifacio. Katipunero plural, mga Katipunero is the demonym of a male member of the Katipunan.Manual for Schools DEPED DO No.
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(The PDF document is designed to be printed on both sides of landscape A4 paper and folded into an A5 booklet). The Katipunan and the Cuerpo de Compromisarios were, effectively, successor organizations of La Liga Filipina, founded by José Rizal (Who himself was inspired by the martyrdom of his predecessors.
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