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'''Maximo Sison Viola''' (1857-1933) was a physician, municipal councilor, and a supporter of the Propaganda Movement. Maximo Viola was known as the man who saved for posterity and financed the printing of [[Jose Rizal]]'s novel [[Noli Me Tangere]].
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'''Carlos V. Ronquillo''' was a revolutionary chronicler and secretary of General [[Emilio Aguinaldo]]. He was raised in the hometown of his father in [[Kawit]], [[Cavite]]. After the outbreak of the revolution in 1896, he later became a crusading journalist. As a proficient writer in both English and Spanish, he wrote for the Spanish daily, ''La Verdad'' (The Truth). He also served as the editor of ''Muling Pagsilang''; the Tagalog section of ''[[El Renacimiento]]'' (The Rebirth), 1905-1910; ''Taliba'' (The Sentinel), one of the TVT Newspapers (''Tribune'', ''Vanguardia'', and ''Taliba)'' and authored several books.  
  
  
<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''[[Florentino Collantes|Previous Pinoy of the Day: Florentino Collantes]]'''</small></div>'
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<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''[[Maximo S. Viola|Previous Pinoy of the Day: Maximo S. Viola]]'''</small></div>

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Carlos V. Ronquillo

Carlos V. Ronquillo was a revolutionary chronicler and secretary of General Emilio Aguinaldo. He was raised in the hometown of his father in Kawit, Cavite. After the outbreak of the revolution in 1896, he later became a crusading journalist. As a proficient writer in both English and Spanish, he wrote for the Spanish daily, La Verdad (The Truth). He also served as the editor of Muling Pagsilang; the Tagalog section of El Renacimiento (The Rebirth), 1905-1910; Taliba (The Sentinel), one of the TVT Newspapers (Tribune, Vanguardia, and Taliba) and authored several books.