The Theory of the Universal Basic Income

Welfare programs are among the most controversial in modern society. Between the costs, stereotypes of low-income people, and the general human tendency towards greed finding a fair and equitable way to distribute the wealth of society without leaving others behind is nearly impossible. The idea of a universal basic income has been gaining traction in recent years as a way to eliminate welfare programs and bring the overall society up — but it isn't without its problems either.

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