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Jonathan Gullible used as discussion in Pakistan

Sana Ullah, the local coordinator of the Khyber Chapter for Students for Liberty-South Asia, recently wrote: “Hello Dr. Ken, I hope you are doing well. I am so happy that I found you on Facebook last week. I had a reading group with high schoolers in Pakistan and I chose your book for discussions. The aim of these sessions is to educate students at the Government High School in Tajori about new classical liberal values. We studied the first seven chapters, but students loved the chapter most about the lake—the lesson about how nobody cares about something that belongs to everyone. Students presented a lot of local examples of state-owned facilities, enterprises, and parks that people don’t care about, but do care about the cleanliness of home. Thank you so much for doing this wonderful work.


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