Rappler looks back 27 years to the event that was the mother of all “People Power”, the 1986 Edsa revolution. Showing just how much things changed at the surface -- technology, infrastructure, reinvented politicians, it also shows how much values, vices and problems stayed the same-- political dynasties, human rights abuses, floods, traffic, noontime comedians and news anchors are still there. Another piece on the book "Light from My Father's Shadow" by former Liberal Party stalwart Lito Atienza chronicles the infighting in LP in 1986. The argument: who should run against Marcos in the snap elections, Ninoy widow Cory Aquino, Doy Laurel or Jovy Salonga? Like the Juan Ponce Enrile Memoir, Atienza’s book comes from very partisan lenses but gives a first-person account of a time in history that changed the country forever.