Basic Income Reconsidered

Basic Income Reconsidered

Basic Income Reconsidered

Basic income is one the most innovative, powerful and controversial proposals for addressing poverty and growing inequalities. This book examines the arguments for and against basic income from the point of view of economic and social justice.

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