A while ago, the leader of the Greens Party in Australia announced support for something called a Universal Basic Income. Most people, thinking this was a unique and nutter idea from the Greens, canned the idea.
But the idea of a Universal Basic Income is not a Greens’ idea, it has been discussed for centuries by philosophers, political scientists and economists.
This work looks at what a Universal Basic Income would look like in the Australian context.
How much would it cost and how would it be funded?
How would you implement it?
And it looks at the huge benefits to society from implementing this idea in a calm, simple and effective manner.
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