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The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: A Free-Market Odyssey

by Ken Schoolland


The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible tells the story of a boy who becomes shipwrecked on an unfamiliar island after being swept out to sea in a storm. Having previously lived in a relatively free society, in this new strange land he experiences culture shock as he learns of bewildering laws and traditions of the island's inhabitants. The story highlights the absurdities of the laws, the controls imposed on people’s lives, and the economic drawbacks of these laws.

The laws highlighted are recognizable as common to many countries throughout the world. As the story unfolds, the part individuals in society play in political decision-making and personal responsibility is introduced for discussion. 

UK Commentary Edition

The original book includes many subtle nuances to the principles explored. To assist readers and educators to more easily understand the meaning of the story, a commentary edition, which features relevant commentary and background information to accompany each chapter, was created with the guidance of Janette Eldridge. These commentaries are meant to provide only the gist of each issue so books and websites are recommended for further research which makes it particularly useful for projects and debates.

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About the Author

Ken Schoolland is presently an associate professor of economics and Director of the Entrepreneurship Center at Hawaii Pacific University. Prior to this he was the Director of the Master of Science in Japanese Business Studies programme at Chaminade University of Honolulu and head of the Business and Economics Programme at Hawaii Loa College.

Following his graduate studies at Georgetown University, he served as an international economist in the U.S. International Trade Commission, the U.S. Department of Commerce and on assignment to the White House, Office of the Special Representative for Trade Negotiations.

Ken left government for the field of education, teaching business and economics at Sheldon Jackson College in Alaska. He also taught at Hakodate University in Japan and wrote Shogun’s Ghost: The Dark Side of Japanese Education, which has been published in English and in Japanese.

Ken is a member of the Mont Pelerin Society, President of Liberty International, a member of the Board of Scholars for the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii, and is a Sam Walton Fellow for Students in Free Enterprise (now called ENACTUS).

Background on the Book


Why have several hundred people and more than forty public policy institutes and organizations around the globe produced or promoted a couple hundred thousand copies of JG in 80+ published editions in 50+ languages?

Satire has always been used among intellectuals throughout the world to circumvent censors and to send messages without triggering resistance. The book and film "Hammer and Tickle" asserts that humor helped bring down the Soviet empire. Is satire still useful? I believe so. It is sometimes necessary in order to get past the censors in Iran, in China, and even in many local American school boards that are hostile to free markets.

One case of effective use of JG was in Hong Kong. When Hong Kong was being transferred from British to Chinese authority in 1997, people in Hong Kong worried that many economic freedoms would be lost. Thus Joy Shan Lam Kung,, editor of The Hong Kong Economic Journal, serialized the book as a way of sending a veiled message to a sophisticated audience.


Said Joy Shan Lam Kung: "Our company has two publications, The Hong Kong Economic Journal, a Chinese business daily catering to professionals, investors and the intelligentsia and The Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly, a magazine on politics, economics and culture. The daily, which carried your book in serialized form has three main sections, 1)  news 2) investment analysis and political and economic commentary and 3) culture and enrichment. All our non-staff writers are either professionals (lawyers, doctors, finance professionals) or academics. Your book appeared in the third section as we sometimes carry an educational series on economics and management.The paper was founded by my father in 1973 and he still has a daily column on politics and economics. It has the highest credibility ranking of all media in HK and has the most educated as well as affluent readership. I guess I could give you a lot of reasons why we chose your book to translate but it all boils down to the owner thought it was a wonderful book! In case it is of interest, our freelance writers from all seven HK universities are able to cite their publications in our magazine and newspaper as academic publications."

Business and Academia

The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: A Free Market Odyssey originated as a series of economic and political commentaries for KHVH, an all-news radio station catering to the business and professional community in Hawaii. Response to my weekly economics commentaries was at zero until I tried satire along the lines of Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. The response was electrifying.

The book has since been serialized for business and academic communities with The Boss magazine in Nepal and the Keizar (Economic) Seminar Journal in Japan. Assen Kanev, founder of the Bulgarian Free Market Institute, reports that during serialization of the book in SEDEM Weekly, the newspaper rose in circulation from 10,000 to 20,000 during the run, helping to make SEDEM the second largest weekly newspaper in Bulgaria. There was so much interest that Assen arranged an interview with me on Radio Free Europe to expound on the philosophy. The book has now been published in two editions in Sofia, becoming a regular reader in both government and private schools.

Dimitrios Malamoulis explained the success of the Greek edition in the daily newspaper Neos Typos of Volos, "As you already know this is a local newspaper with limited circulation, however the response was very high and they estimate that the newspaper circulation increased by at least 25%. The response gave us new courage, we are already in discussion with the newspaper of Athens Kathimerini, which is the most prominent and old newspaper of the center-right with the second highest circulation of the country, second only to the liberal Ta Nea."

Theater, Animation, Film, Internet


One’s first impression of the book cover illustration in some editions gives the feeling that it is for a younger audience. True enough. The book has appealed to youth, just as did Gulliver's Travels. Yet many of the editions have been published without illustrations, targeting the business, professional, or academic audiences in Korean, Italian, German, Bengali, Mongolian, Sinahalese, and the two UK Commentary English editions for the Commonwealth nations, published separately in South Africa and India.

The theme of the story is useful for introducing free market lessons in an inoffensive manner and has been successful in circumventing the mullah censors of the Farsi (Persian) edition in Tehran. It has also been successful with the Urdu edition in Lahore and the Chinese edition in Shanghai. It was one of the first free market books published in St. Petersburg, Russia and in Hanoi, Vietnam.

JG has been endorsed by Milton Friedman, Walter Williams, John Stossel, Steve Forbes, Mark Skousen, Fred Foldvary, and Walter Block as a useful tool in promoting free market economics. The book has been used at the undergraduate level in economics classes at San Jose State University by Prof. Terry Easton, Santa Clara University by Prof. Fred Foldvary, and others at the Buffalo campus of the State University of New York.

Prof. Ali Massoud used the English edition of his book in his Economic Law class of 500 students at Asiut University in Egypt. Ali said he will order the new Arabic edition, sponsored by the CATO Institute in Jordan, for his 5,000 introductory economics students every year.

Stage plays have been produced from the book in three countries: Kenya, Slovakia, and Nigeria. Olokesina Peters Ijagbenu wrote this review of the play in Nigeria that was based on the book, written and produced by Adedayo Thomas & Paul Ugbede and directed by Dr. Sam Kafewo at the Drama Village, Ahmadu Bello University this past summer. The play is currently touring various countries in Africa.

"We were pleasantly surprised when the play started and the audience sat in rapt attention, following its message and even comparing images and symbols to the contemporary Nigerian situation. For instance, when one of the lords said that a house was not built according to specification and had to be demolished, the audience chorused the name of Nasir El Rufai. He was the immediate past Minister of the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria who became infamous for demolishing ‘illegal’ structures in his bid to return the city of Abuja to its original master plan. The audience members were unanimous on the three nights that the play should go beyond the four walls of the University and should be taken to the authorities in Abuja who perpetuate the problems enunciated in the play."

A musical production was written, composed, and produced for elementary children in Kazakhstan by Lyudmila Melnikova. Lyudmila has adapted the musical production, with a cast of more than 25 for television and theater, with performances in Kazakh, Russian, and English. Her troupe performed in a theatrical competition in Finland. 

An animated film short has been produced from the epilogue of the book, The Philosophy of Liberty, that is being viewed in 46 languages on dozens of sites over the internet. We next hope to develop a movie version of the book.

What's Missing in Education?

What's the importance of a new approach to economics? 1) Economics is usually not taught from a free market perspective and 2) economics is usually boring.


The Economist magazine bemoaned this saying: "Why has economics not done better? Economists tend to blame others for being too lazy or too stupid to understand their textbooks. There is doubtless something to this. Economics is hard to teach well. To the uninitiated, its basic principles often seem surprising or odd. But the economics profession itself also deserves much of the blame. Crucial ideas about the role of prices and markets are the first ideas that politicians and the public need to grasp if they are to think intelligently about public policy, and the fact is that they are not widely understood. Smith's Wealth of Nations conveyed this sense that the market, for all its 'failures', is a marvel. Today precious few textbooks even try to guide their readers to any such inspiration." (Economist, April 19th, 1997)

JG is intended to remedy these problems in all levels of economics education. Surveys of my own university economics students show a very positive level of interest. In the Spring of 2005 three Principles of Macroeconomics classes were surveyed to determine how the students reflected on the general level of interest in: 1) general college textbooks; 2) economics textbooks; and 3) the The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: A Free Market Odyssey:

Surveys of Student Interest

Student response      All texts   Econ texts     JG

Very interesting             0%           2%            61%

Somewhat interesting   35%         27%          34%

Not very interesting      47%         41%           5%

Very dull & boring         18%         31%           0%

Students rarely find standard college textbooks to be very interesting. Indeed, two thirds of the students have a negative opinion of these texts. On the other hand, ninety-five percent of the students had a positive opinion of the Jonathan Gullible book and only 5% held a negative opinion. One student, Stuart Hayashi, wrote saying, "Thank you, thank you, thank you for that wonderful book!! It was very refreshing to read a book so logical, entertaining, and enlightening. The story may be set in a fantasy world, but the situations involved come way too close to reality. Again, thank you for the wonderful book!"


Stages of English Editions:


Dutch 2nd edition 2013, Succesboeken Publishing Co., Amsterdam, Netherlands: 348 pages, 42 chapters

German 2nd ed. 2013, book & audio, Liberales Institut, Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation, Berlin: 42 chapters

Revised & Expanded 2011 Edition, Liberty Publishing Company, San Francisco, CA, 129 pages: 41 chapters

New English 2011, illustrated youth edition, with audio CD, Aspekt Publishing Co., Poland: 40 chapters

India English Commentary 2005 Edition, Liberty Institute of New Delhi, 250 pages: 40 chapters

UK English Commentary 2004 Edition, Leap Publishing of Cape Town, 260 pages: 40 chapters

Nigerian English 2005 Edition, Individual Liberty Initiative of Abuja, Nigeria

English 2001 Edition, second revised printing 2005, Small Business Hawaii, 118 pages: 39 chapters

English 1995 Edition, Small Business Hawaii, 90 pages: 34 chapters

English 1989 Edition, Small Business Hawaii, 47 pages: 27 chapters

International Editions:

55 Published language translations,

85 Published editions, books & periodicals

15 Books on line or ebooks, Kindle

47 Language editions of animated epilogue on line & DVD

3 Theatrical scripts, award winning productions, cast up to 30, 7 countries,

                Kenya, Nigeria, and Slovakia

1 Musical in production: Russian, Kazakh, English

                co-author of English edition with Lyumila Melnikova

Audio and scripts for radio, English & Nepali

4 Audio books, Polish, English, German, Nepali

1 Braille edition, Nepal

1 Animation team & movie business plan

JG T-shirts, games, etc.

Awards and Recognition:

2012 Event of the Year, Students for Liberty, Washington, D.C. Africa Students for Liberty

Charles Angrand  (Artwork) Award,  LAVA Book Awards, Lancaster, New Hampshire, June 23, 2012

Slovakian play nominated for the 2012 Templeton Freedom Awards for Excellence in Promoting Liberty,

                By Matus Posvanc, F.A. Hayek Foundation, Bratislava, Slovakia

Honorable mention, Free Market Video Contest,

                Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation, Alexandria, Virginia, 2011

Two nominations for the 2010 Antony Fisher International Memorial Award,

                Atlas Economic Research Foundation, Washington, D.C.

                By the Bulgarian Society for Individual Liberty & by the Alternate Solutions Institute of Pakistan

Endorsements by Milton Friedman, Nobel prize winner in Economics, Hoover Institution, Stanford Univ.

                by economist Walter Williams, George Mason University, Virginia

                by publisher Steve Forbes, broadcast journalist John Stossel,

                & economists and authors Mark Skousen and Terry Easton

Leonard E. Read Book Award, 2002, for Excellence in Economic Education,

                Foundation for Economic Education, Irvington-on-Hudson, New York

Leavey Award for Excellence in Private Enterprise Education, Leavey Scholar 2001

George Washington Honor Medals for Economics Education & Public Communication

                The Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

Book of the Month, November 2001

                Insituto Liberal, RS, Porto Alegre, Brazil

Freedom Book of the Month, September 2001

                Free Market.Net, Henry Hazlitt Foundation, Chicago

Students in Free Enterprise, top 15 national finalists,

                Free Market Economics Month Special Competition, 2003, Kansas City

Adopted by public policy institutes for translation, publication, distribution, or recognition:


-Economic Freedom Network, Lahore, Pakistan

-Liberales Institut, Berlin, Germany

-Asia Centre for Enterprise, New Delhi, India

-Center for Free Enterprise, Seoul, South Korea

-True Individual Value Alliance, Seoul, South Korea

-The Korea Hayek Society, Seoul, South Korea

-Doimoi Institute, Hanoi, Vietnam

-Samriddhi Prosperity Foundation, Kathmandu, Nepal

-Carantania Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia 

-Freedom Institute, Jakarta, Indonesia

-PAFERE, Polish American Foundation for Economic Research and Education,

Warsaw, Poland

-Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Potsdam, Germany

-CATO Institute, Washington, D.C.

-Misbah Al Hurriyya, France

-Bray-Conn Foundation, Salt Lake City, Utah

-New Economic School, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia

-Institute for Privatization & Management, Minsk, Belarus

-Mises Institute, Minsk, Belarus

-Inter Region Economic Network [IREN Kenya], Nairobi, Kenya

-The Ludwig von Mises Institute of Romania, Bucharest, Romania

-Instytut Liberalno-Konserwatywny, Lublin, Poland

-Instituto Liberal, Porto Alegre, Brazil

-Liberty Institute, New Delhi, India

-Centre for Civil Society, New Delhi, India

-Liberilibri di AMA srl - Macerata, Italy

-Institute for Market Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria

-Agroinform Kiadohaz, Budapest, Hungary

-Liberalni Institut, Prague, Czech Republic


-Albanian Center for Economic Research, Tirana, Albania

-Romani matica in Jugoslavija, Novi Sad, Jugoslavia

-Fundación El Manantial, Quito, Ecuador

-Latvian Free Market Institute, Riga, Latvia

-Lithuanian Free Market Foundation Vilnius, Lithuania

-Alternate Solutions Institute, Lahore, Pakistan

-Liberal Dusunce Toplulugu, Ankara, Turkey

-Institute of Public Policy Analysis in Lagos, Nigeria

-Free Market Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria

-Free Market Foundation of South Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa

-The Pathfinder Foundation, Colombo, Sri Lanka

-Youth Initiative, Kathmandu, Nepal

-Euro-Balkan Institute, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

-F.A. Hayek Institute, Bratislava, Slovakia

-F.A. Hayek Institute, Vienna, Austria

-Individual Liberty Initiative of Nigeria (ILIN), Abuja

-African Students for Liberty, Lagos, Nigeria

-IMANI: The Centre for Humane Education, Accra, Ghana

-Free Society Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia

-International Policy Network, London, UK

-Smart Business Hawaii, Honolulu

-Grassroot Institute of Hawaii, Honolulu

-Silk Road Foundation, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia

-Bastiat Society, Colombo, Sri Lanka

-Professional Research Institute for Management & Economics, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

-India Institute, New Delhi, India

Insitute for Leadership & Development Studies (LEAD),

-Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Timeline of Publication, Internet, Theater, Radio, Animation, TV, Games: 


Thai edition, Freidrick Naumann Foundation, Bangkok, Thailand, June 2020


Dari edition, Khalid Ramizy, Afghanistan Economic and Legal Studies Organization, Kabul, Afghanistan

Mongolian 3rd edition, youth and color illustrations, Oyunaa Oyut & Mises MN, Nepko Kids publisher, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia


Ruthenian edition, Tomislav Krsmanovic, Belgrade, Serbia



Malaysian edition, Amin Ahmad, Insitute for Leadership & Development Studies (LEAD), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



Armenian edition, CD, by Armenian Society for Liberty and Inessa Shahnazarova, Armenia

Mongolian 2nd edition reprinted, Silk Road Foundation, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia

Braille edition, Riya Basnet & Students for Liberty, Kathmandu, Nepal

Bosnian 2nd edition, Edo Omerčević, Director, Center for Advancement of Free Enterprise, Dr. Ćire Truhelke 10/A, 72000 Zenica, Bosnia



Sindhi 2nd edition, Economic Freedom Network & Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Islamabad, Pakistan

Baluchi edition, Economic Freedom Network & Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Islamabad, Pakistan

Urdu, 3rd, illustrated edition, Alternate Solutions Institute, Lahore, Pakistan



Musical television productions, Russian, Kazakh, & English based on JG, Lyudmila, Melnikova, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Dutch 2nd Edition & Commentary,, Amsterdam, Nederlands

Finnish E-book edition, Jonathan Gulliblen seikkailut, Petri Kajander, Helsinki, Finland

German 2nd Edition & Audio book, Liberales Institut, Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation, Berlin, Germany

Hindi Edition, Liberty Institute, New Delhi, India


Hindi Edition, Liberty Institute, New Delhi, India

Chinese 3rd Edition, East China Normal University Press Ltd, Shanghai, China

Vietnamese Edition, Knowledge Publishing House, Hanoi, Vietnam

Albanian 2nd Edition, translated by Kozeta Çika, Tirana, Albania



New English illustrated edition, Aspekt Publishing Co., Poland

French edition, Louise Zizka & Jacques deGuenin translators, Tatamis Editions, Paris, France

Slovenian 2nd edition, Mitja and Matjaz Steinbacher and the Carantania Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia 

Romanian 3rd edition, Iulian Tanase, Libertas Publishing Co., Bucharest, Romania

PoL Calendar, Hugo J. van Reijen, Guernsey, Great Britain, & Kathmandu, Nepal

New revised and expanded English Edition, Terry Easton and Liberty Publishing Co, San Francisco, CA



Bahasa Commentary edition, Sugianto Tandra, Freedom Institute, Jakarta, Indonesia,

Slovakian Commentary edition, Branislav Opaterny, former M.P., Bratislava, Slovakia,


Finnish on-line ed., Jonathan Gulliblen seikkailut, Petri Kajander, Talouden perusteet, Helsinki, Finland

Nigerian play production, A Letter from Jonathan Gullible,

written and produced by Adedayo Thomas & Paul Ugbede, based on the original book,

directed by Dr. Sam Kafewo. Performed August 13-15, Drama Village, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria.

Bulgarian 2nd edition, Kalin Manolov, Sofia, Bulgaria

Arabic edition, Jamal Attaib, Misbah Al Hurriyya and The CATO Institute, Amman, Jordan



Sindi edition, Alternate Solutions Institute and Liberal Forum, Lahore, Pakistan

Urdu 2nd edition, Dr. Khalil Ahmad, Alternate Solutions Institute, Lahore, Pakistan



Nepali edition, American Center and Youth Alliance, Kathmandu, Nepal, August

Turkish edition, Dr. Atilla Yayla, Liberal Dusunce Toplulugu, Ankara, Turkey, August

Georgian edition, Georgian, Paata Sheshelidze, New Economic University, Tbilisi, Georgia, July

Audio CD edition, English and Polish, Krzysztof Haladus, Sosnowiec, Poland, March

Polish #3 edition, Krzysztof Haladus, Sosnowiec, Poland, March

Nigerian play, A Letter From Jonathan Gullible, ISIL & Dat & Partners Logistics, Ltd., Nigeria, February

Slovenian serialization in Tribunal, Matej Steinbacher, Free Society Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Slovakian play,Divadelná hra Podivuhodné príbehy Jonatána Gullibla, Martin Bičan & Matúš Pošvanc

Mongolian second edition, P. Tsenguun, Batchuluun Baldandorj, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, January

PoL animation, Somali edition Steve Cobb & Faisal Hassan, January

PoL animation, Romanian, Esperanto, Italian, Russian, Hungarian, Polish editions, Steve Cobb, January



Somali edition, Faisal Hassan, Toronto, Canada, November

Slovakian edition, Branislav Opaterny, M.P., Bratislava, Slovakia, July

PoL animation, Ukrainian, Danish, Lithuanian edition, Mario Knezovic, Steve Cobb

Esperanto edition, Steve Cobb, St. Petersburg, Russia, July

Montenegran edition, Tomislav Krsmanovic, Belgrade, Serbia, June

Serbian 2nd edition, Tomislav Krsmanovic, Belgrade, Serbia, June

Ideas for a Free Society, CD edition, International Policy Network, London, UK, June

Bosniak edition, Shura Dumanic & Tomislav Krsmanovic, Belgrade, Serbia



Nepal English edition, The Boss magazine, serialization monthly since October 15

Spanish second revised ed., Hernán Alberro, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Sinahala edition, Luxman Siriwardena, Raja M.B. Senanayake, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Philosophy of Liberty animation, Dutch & Russian editions, Mario Knezovic

Norwegian revised edition, Bent Johan Mosfjell, serialized in Nytt Paradigme, Oslo, Norway

Nigerian English edition, Agwu Amogu, Lagos, Nigeria

Persian (Farsi) edition, Henry & Roya Weyerhaeuser family, Tehran, Iran

Bengali Commentary edition,Barun Mitra, Liberty Inst., Academic Foundation, New Delhi, India

India English Commentary ed., Barun Mitra, Liberty Inst., Academic Founda., New Delhi, India



Chinese edition, Dean Peng translator, Century Publishing Group of Shanghai, Shanghai, China

Swedish e-edition, Mats Hinze, Sweden, 2004

Macedonian e-edition, Pavlina Petrova, Euro-Balkan Institute, Skopje, Macedonia

Somali serialized edition, Faisal Hassan, Somali Voice, Toronto, Canada

Slovenian e-edition, Tomislav Krsmanovic, Belgrad, Serbia

Otis Gazette, Angelina Dubourg, Serialization, Otis, MA

Urdu edition, Dr. Khalil Ahmad, Alternate Solutions Institute, Lahore, Pakistan

DVD Philosophy of Liberty, Kerry Pearson, Tim Skousen, & Andrew L. Sullivan

UK Commentary edition, Janette Eldridge, commentary co-author, Leap Publishing, Cape Town, So. Africa

Albanian e-edition, Tomislav Krsmanovic, Belgrad, Serbia

Gypsy e-edition, Tomislav Krsmanovic, Belgrad, Serbia



Kiswahili book edition, Shikuku James Shikwati, Director, Inter Region Economic Network, Nairobi, Kenya

Bulgarian ed., book and on-line, Assen Kanev, Institute for Market Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2003-04

Nigerian Pidgin ed., Agwu Amogu, Thompson Ayodele, Inst. of Public Policy Analysis, Lagos, Nigeria

Greek edition, serialized in daily Neos Typos of Volos, Dimitrios Malamoulis, Sept.

Bulgarian ed., SEDEM Weekly, Bojidar Marinov & Assen Kanev, Inst. for Market Economy, April 23-July 1

Kyrgyz edition, Zarina Osmonalieva, SIFE/American University, Bishkek, Kyrgystan

Korean edition, K-mee Jung, Moonwhamada Publishing Co., South Korea

Jonathan Gullible Quiz Game, Mary Disbrow, SIFE@HPU, Honolulu, Hawaii



Flash Animation, Kerry Pearson, Spanish weekly, Costa Rican Television, SINART, Channel 13

PoL animation, French translation, Kerry Pearson & Louis Zizka

PoL animation, Portuguese translation, Kerry Pearson & Gustavo Lacerda

PoL animation, Spanish translation, Kerry Pearson & Judy Nagy

Philosophy of Liberty (PoL) animation, English edition, Kerry Pearson

KXEM radio, Dick Morris and Students in Free Enterprise, weekly series, Phoenix Arizona

Serbian e-edition, Tomislav Krsmanovic, Belgrad, Serbia

French e-edition, translation by Louise Zizka, Phoenix Accrual Corporation, London, Ontario, Canada

Mongolian edition, Dulmaa Baatar, Munkhiin USEG Co. Ltd., Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia

Russian revised second ed., K. DeGraaf/E. Mamontova, Inst. for Privatization & Management, Belarus

"The Trials of Jonathan Gullible," Kiswahili theatrical production, Moreno University, Nairobi, Kenya

Kiswahili ed. on-line, Shikuku James Shikwati, Director, Inter Region Economic Network, Nairobi, Kenya

Hawaii Reporter, weekly serialization of English edition, beginning February 12, Honolulu, Hawaii



Romanian revised e-edition, V.Nicolaie, C. Comanescu, The Ludwig von Mises Institute of Romania

Website:, Ginger Warbis & Fortnits, Lighthouse Point, Florida

English edition, published by Small Business Hawaii, revised & expanded

Japanese, Yoko Otsuji/Toshio Murata, Keizai Magazine, Nippon Hyoron Sha Co., Ltd., Tokyo



Romany (Gypsy) edition, Trifun Dimic, Romani matica in Jugoslavija, Novi sad

Polish #1, Jan Jacek Szymona, Instytut Liberalno-Konserwatywny, Lublin

Polish #2, Zwawa, Hajduk, Spolny, Sierpinski, Wydawnictwo "Zielone Brygady", Krakow

Screenplay, Susan Wells, Chicago, Illinois



Portuguese edition, Wilson Ling & Instituto Liberal, Porto Alegre, Brazil

Italian edition, Aldo Canovari, Liberilibri di AMA srl - Macerata, Italy

CD edition, Seig Pedde & Phoenix Accrual Corporation, London, Ontario, Canada

Hungarian edition, Andras Szijjarto, Agroinform Kiadohaz, Budapest, Hungary

Czech edition, Josef Sima, Liberalni Institut, Prague, Czech Republic



Palauan edition, Christina Sakaziro, Saipan

German edition, S.P. Kopp Publishers, Berlin, Germany

Albanian edition, Dr. Zef Preci, Albanian Center for Economic Research, Tirana, Albania



Spanish edition, Judy Nagy, Fundación El Manantial, Quito, Ecuador

Chinese edition, Joy-Shan Lam, ed., Hong Kong Economic Journal, Hong Kong



Croatian edition, T. Krsmanovic, Nas glas, Zagreb, Croatia

Slovenian edition, T. Krsmanovic, Zalozba Likom D.O.O., Ljubljana, Slovenia

Macedonian edition, T. Krsmanovic, Matica makedonska, Skopje, Macedonia



Latvian edition, V. Bluzma & Latvian Free Market Institute, Riga, Latvia



Lithuanian edition, V. Daukas & Valstybinis Leidybos Centras, Vilnius, Lithuania

Romanian edition, V. Nicolaie & Editura ALL , Bucharest, Romania

Serbian edition, T. Krsmanovic, A.S DELO, Zemun-Beograd, Belgrade, Yugoslavia



Russian edition, hardcover, Dmitrii Costygin & William Milonoff, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1993

Norwegian edition, L. Tjelta & Fremskrittspartiets Ungdom, Oslo, Norway, 1993

Dutch edition published by H.&R. Jongen & De Roode Toren, Netherlands, 1990

KHVH, KCAW, KABN dramatic productions, Hawaii & Alaska, 1980-83


Tamil, Baladevan Rangaraju, India Institute, India

Malayalam, Sanjay George, India

Thai, Wilson Ling & Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Thailand

Punjabi graphic novel, Nikesh Pahuja and Shruti Sharma, India

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