Linked but you can’t imply causation.
Marcus Andrews

The further problem is that being jobless deprives of a person of the sense of purpose, which, rather than simply being without income, is what drives people to various social ills. Giving people income but not purpose, can only further that problem (i.e. if we create UBI without giving people purpose, we will be buried waist deep in social ills). Chris Arnade has done excellent journalistic work covering these issues, if you’d look at what he has been writing.

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