About The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible:
Ken started writing economic commentaries for radio in 1980, but straight commentary from an academic economics was dry and uninteresting. No one paid any attention – and rightly so.
Recalling the literary genius of Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travel and Antoine de Saint Exupery’s The Little Prince, Ken called upon friends to help spice up the radio spots with fantasy dialogues. Why shouldn’t economics be interesting? So Jonathan Gullible (JG) was born and interest among the radio audience soared! The ideas were outlandish and provocative so Sam Slom, President of Small Business Hawaii, proposed JG as a tool for economics education in the islands.
The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: A Free Market Odyssey has since been used for radio broadcasts, classroom discussions and debates, essay contests, film and theatrical productions, magazine and internet serialization, and animation around the globe.
The book has won numerous awards and has been endorsed by renowned economists, publishers, and journalists: Milton Friedman, Walter Williams, Mark Skousen, Walter Block, Fred Foldvary, Steve Forbes, and John Stossel. It has been translated and published in more than 40 languages. Fortunately, now it is translated to Dari by AELSO and it is available as Audio Book in here.
This Audio Book (The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible) is presented for children, for the visually impaired, or for busy people while on the road.