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August 25, 2010

Ken Schoolland’s Philosophy of Liberty Video Animation

The above Philosophy of Liberty video is an animation based the epilogue of Ken Schoolland’s book, The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: A Free Market Odyssey. In 1992, the idea for this Philosophy of Liberty concept was initiated due to the publication of the Russian translation of this book. Publisher Dmitry Costygin pointed out to Schoolland that most Russians did not know what property or taxes were. To bring them up to speed, Schoolland penned a special introduction in his book. Since that time this introduction became very popular and appears as the epilogue in every language edition of The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible. Kerry Pearson, operating under the screen name of Lux Lucre, created the above animation to visually introduce Schoolland’s philosophy of liberty.

You can learn more about The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible and author Ken Schoolland on their official website.

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