Me and Jonathan Gullible – “Love” with the first sight.
I first came across the book “The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible” in 1998 when I had just started working as a translator for the Albanian Centre for Economic Research, a free-market NGO in Tirana. I noticed the book on my boss’s desk and asked him if I could read it. He replied: “Sure, read it carefully, as you will translate it into Albanian”. He told me the translation was a common project with The International Society for Individual Liberty (today Liberty International)
The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible Book Promotion Event
Part I: Introduction Sunday, June 6 th 2021, there was a JG promotion event in Rwanda at the “University of Lay Adventists of Kigali” (UNILAK) – Nyanza Campus. The event was organized by Rene Yves UWAYO (a student in project Arizona) Assisted by Chris (a local coordinator with SFL). The event started at 8:37 with opening remarks by Rene. Rene is a member of the Students For Liberty Rwanda and a student with Project Arizona 2022, he took the opportunity to encourage participan
Launch of a new edition of JG in Burundi
Lambert NDUWAYEZU, Founder of the Institute for Economics and Enterprises in Burundi, reports following a spectacular launch of a new edition of JG: "At our recent event, students, professors, entrepreneurs and also journalists were present and discussed the ideas found in the book 'The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: a Free Market Odyssey' by Ken Schoolland. In the picture, this is how the room was beautifully decorated and full of participants. Thanks again to the various
Ukrainian edition of "The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible."
Vasyl Zoria, Deputy Director of the Zadruga Publishing House in Kyiv, Ukraine has just offered to publish a Ukrainian edition of "The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible." Says Vasyl: Let me introduce myself. I'm a representative of Free Economy Institute (FEI) https://freeeconomy.institute/, the new top libertarian think tank in Ukraine, which two years ago launched a nationwide education program on the advantages of a market economy and the negative role of government. The fram