Basic Income—A Project for Generations
Unconditional basic income is difficult to discuss free from emotion and ideology. Controversies in this field result less from differences in economic calculations than from political and ideological prejudice. The discussion therefore cannot be objective and sober unless the political logic of unconditional basic income is fully revealed. This logic is the key to the question of whether, how, where, and when an unconditional basic income could be implemented.
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