Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Guaranteed basic income for all: An idea whose time has come? - CSMonitor.com

Guaranteed basic income for all: An idea whose time has come? - CSMonitor.com: An idea gaining traction in various part of the world is that everyone in society should receive an amount of money from the state to cover their basic cost of living. People would no longer be stigmatised on benefits, argue supporters.

Dependent women would become financially independent. People would be freed to care for the elderly, crime would fall and the general health of the population would improve. Particularly in an era of fears about future mass unemployment caused by automation, there is a growing feeling that this citizens' basic income is an idea that's time has come.

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