Charles C. McDougaldThe Buddha, The Gold, & The Myth – How Marcos Looted the Central Bank, San Francisco Publishers, 1997. [Those who have read this book will immediately see that we owe it greatly in the preparation of this chronology.]
Almario, Manuel F.“The Case of the Missing Gold Bullions.” Manila: Philippine Graphic, April 19, 1993.
Anderson, Jack“A Treasure Hunt for $5 Billion” San Francisco: San Francisco Examiner, Nov. 19, 1976.
April 6 Liberation Movement Central CommitteeThe Philippine Struggle, Manila, San Francisco, New York: FILINS (Filipino Information Service), 1981.
Aquino, Belinda A.Politics of Plunder: The Philippines Under Marcos. Manila: Great Books Trading, 1987.
Avila, Charles – ed.Readings in Ideology (incl. Essay on People’s Urban Insurrection), Manila: Kasapi, 1986.
Avila, Charlie & Psinakis, SteveA Hundred Folders of Research Materials on the Marcoses’ US Properties. PCGG Research Department. Also, Lopez Museum, Pasig City.
Amnesty InternationalAnnual Reports for 1983to 1986.
IdemHuman Rights Violations in the Philippines: An Account of Torture, “Disappearances,” Extrajudicial Executions and Illegal Detention. Undated.
IdemReport of an Amnesty International Mission to the Republic of the Philippines, 11-28 November 1981. September 1982.
IdemThe Philippine Government’s Response to the Report of an AI Mission to the Republic of the Philippines 11-28 November 1981 and AI’s Reply to the Government Response. ASA 35/18/83. December 1983.
Bonner, RaymondWaltzing with A Dictator: The Marcoses and the Making of American Policy. New York: Times Books, 1987.
Bronstein, Phil“Jackpot for “Raiders’ of the Hidden Holdings.” San Francisco: San Francisco Examiner, March 9, 1986. “What Marcos told the Coup Leaders To Do.” Ibid. July 13, 1986.
Burton, SandraImpossible Dream: The Marcoses, the Aquinos, and the Unfinished Revolution. New York: Warner Books, 1989.
Business World“Gold Sale Confirmed by PCGG” Manila: March 29,1990.
Central Bank of the Philippines“The Philippine Economy: Policies and Development, 1975-1982.” Manila, 1983.
Ibid.“Plugging the Black Hole: How the Central Bank proposes to straighten its multi-billion financial mess.” Manila: Philippine Daily Inquirer. Manila: April 19, 1993.
Circuit Court, First Circuit, State of HawaiiCivil Case Number 88-0522. Roger Roxas and the Golden Budha Corporation vs. Ferdinand Marcos and Imelda Marcos.
Daniel, Dan. Richard V.Swiss Banks Cracking In!!! Manila: PCGG Research Department. Undated.
Court CasesCentral District of California Case Number 86-3859. Republic of the Philippines vs. Ferdinand E. Marcos, Imelda Marcos, et al. Second Judicial District of Nevada, Case Number 77-00066. United States of America vs. Robert Curtis and John W. McAllaster. Second Judicial District of Nevada, Case Number 307152, Eureka Trust, Liberty Trust, et al. Vs. Robert Curtis et al. Second Judicial District of Nevada, Case Number 313689. Samuel J. Agnew vs. Robert Curtis et al. Southern District of Florida, Case Number 91-0220. United States of America vs. Reiner Jacobi, aka Rex Johnson, aka Rolf Gerhard Koenig, aka Reinhard Koenig, aka Dirk F. Stoffberg, aka Herbert Solomon. Southern District of NY, Case Number 86-9729, United States of America vs. Imelda Marcos, Adnan Khashoggi, et al. State of Hawaii, Multi-District Litigation, Master Docket No. 840. Plaintifffs versus Ferdinand E. Marcos. Western District of Washington. Case Number C89-1145R. Committee for Justice of Viernes and Domingo vs. Estate of Ferdinand Marcos et al.
Court CaseUnited States vs. Charles Avila and Steve Psinakis, in Northern California District Court, NO. CR 86-1064 RHS.
Ellison, KatherineImelda: Steel Butterfly of the Philippines. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1988.
Francia, Beatriz RomualdezImelda and the Clans: A Story of the Philippines. Manila: Solar Publishing, 1988.
Gillego, Bonifacio H.The Spy Network of the Marcos Dictatorship in the USA. Manila, Undated.
Guinness Book of World RecordsNew York: Bantam Books, 1991.
Hill, Gerald N. and Thomson Hill Kathleen, with the cooperation of Steve PsinakisThe True Story of the Aquino Assassination. Sonoma, California: Hilltop Publishing, 1983.
IBON DatabankWhat Crisis? Highlights of the Philippine Economy, 1983.
Johnson, BryanThe Four Days of Courage: The Untold Story of the People Who Brought Marcos Down. New York: The Free Press, 1987.
Karnow, StanleyIn Our Image: America’s Empire in the Philippines. New York: Random House, 1989.
Kerkvliet, Benedict J.“Critique of the Rand Study on the Philippines” Journal of Asian Studies 32,no.3 (May 1973):489-500.
Lawyers Committee for Human RightsSalvaging Democracy: Human Rights in the Philippines. New York: December 1985.
Lucas, JohnGold Annual Report of the US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, December 1992.
Manapat, RicardoSome Are Smarter Than Others: The History of Marcos’ Crony Capitalism. New York: Aletheia Publications, 1991.
Manglapus, Raul S.Manuscript on democratic institutions. N.d. A Pen for Democracy, Washington DC: Movement for a Free Philippines, 1986. The Silenced Democracy New York: Orbis Books, 1976.
Manila Journal“Marcos Unloads Gold Assets” Manila: January 5, 1988
Marcos, Ferdinand E.Diary. Collection in Philippine Government Archives.
McCoy, Alfred W., ed.An Anarchy of Families: State and Family in the Philippines Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993.
Mijares, PrimitivoThe Conjugal Dictatorship of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos. Vol.1. 2d. ed. San Francisco: Union Square Publications, 1986.
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National Economic and Development AuthorityPhilippine Statistical Yearbook various years.
Ongpin, Roberto V.“The Binondo Central Bank: The True Story”. Manila Bulletin, April 25, 1986.
PCGGRP vs. Ferdinand E. Marcos, Imelda Marcos et al. PCGG Case No. 1.
Ibid.RP vs. Ferdinand E. Marcos (represented by his estate/heirs) and Imelda Romualdez Marcos. Civil Case SBNo. 0141.
PILGRIM’S EARS, news and commentary and special features by Cabbie Armada, 1979 to 1986. Manila, New York, San Francisco, Hong Kong, London, Toronto and Chicago.FILINS (Filipino Information Service), POBox 77-8244, New York 11377.
Pedrosa, Carmen N.The Untold Story of Imelda Marcos. Manila: Bookmark, 1969. Imelda Marcos. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1987.
Pimentel, Benjamin, Jr.Edjop: The Unusual Journey of Edgar Jopson. Quezon City: KEN, 1989.
Pimentel, Aquilino Senator“No to Untouchability” Privilege Speech. Senate of the Philippines: November 9, 1987.
Philippine Daily Inquirer“Marcos Gold Hoard Worth $22B” Manila: April 21,1986. “PCGG Summons Trio Dealing in FM Gold.” September 13, 1990. “Enrique Zobel on Marcos Gold” June 5, 1992.
Psinakis, SteveTwo Terrorists Meet San Francisco: Alchemy Books, 1981,
Republic of the Philippines, Bureau of the TreasuryAssets and Liabilities Assumed By the National Government. Manila: October 28,1993
ibid. Committee of Seven Created Under R.A.7653Report on the Transfer of Assets and Liabilities from the former CB to the BSP, Manila: November 3,1993
ibid. Office of Media AffairsDocuments on the Marcos War Medals, Manila: 1983
Rodriguez, Filemon C.The Marcos Regime: Rape of the Nation. New York: Vantage Press, 1985.
Romulo, Alberto G.“How I Lost My Innocence.” Privilege Speech. Senate of the Philippines. March 15, 1993.
Ibid.“The Central Bank Losses & The Public Sector Deficit”. Privilege Speech. Senate. January 20, 1992.
Ibid.“Time for Tough Decisions.” Privilege Speech. Senate. February 3, 1993.
Salonga Jovito R.“Convergence of International Law and Domestic Law in the Recovery of the Plundered Wealth.” Manila: July 20, 1993.
Seagrave, SterlingThe Marcos Dynasty New York: Harper and Row, 1988.
Senate of the PhilippinesInquiry in aid of legislation of four-hundred-nineteen (419) accounts from the four (4) government financial institutions (GFI’s). Committee Report No. 58. Committee on Banks, Financial Institutions and Currencies. Manila: December 18, 1992.
Shaplen, Stephen R.A Turning Wheel New York: William Morrow, 1987.
Simons, Lewis M.Worth Dying For, New York: William and Morrow, Inc., 1987.
Stauffer, Robert B.The Philippine Congress: Causes of Structural Change Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1975.
Steinberg, David JoelThe Philippines: A Singular and a Plural Place. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1982.
Sullivan, William H.Obbligato, New York: W>W>Norton & Co., 1984.
Task Force Detainees of the PhilippinesPolitical Detention and Military Atrocities in the Philippines 1981-1982. Quezon City: 1986
Thompson, Mark R.The Anti-Marcos Struggle Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1996.
US General Accounting OfficeEconomic Support Fund Assistance to the Philippines. Report to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Washington DC: January 27, 1984
ibid.The Philippines: Accountability and Control of US Economic Assistance. Briefing Report to Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Washington DC: May 1986.
US SenateThe Philippines: A Situation Report, Staff Report to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. November 1, 1985
ibidThe Situation in the Philippines. Staff Report for the Committee on Foreign Relations. Washington DC: October 1984.
Wurfel, DavidFilipino Politics: Development and Decay. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1988.