A nation takes control of its destiny
At the turn of the 21st century, Alodia was a struggling, debt-saddled, former French colony in West Africa. Its agriculture and industry functioned well below their capacity; it had a large and growing population of AIDS victims; it had deepened its people’s suffering in order to secure debt relief; its natural environment had been deeply degraded. However, Alodia differs in one significant respect from all the other nations in such straits: it is fictional.
The speech of General Samuel Akuopha to the People of Alodia
performed by George Collins
With "primary sources" - newspaper and magazine articles, photos and behind-the-scenes glimpses, this book tells the story of Alodia's transformation from within by means of "vision, education and common sense."
Read a behind-the-scenes Interview with Lindy Davies.
Published by the Henry George Institute, 2010. 112 pp. $9.95 -- Free shipping in the US!