The Case for Cash for All
Chris Hughes

The problem with this article and so many like it is that it focuses on ‘wage’ stagnation, not ‘income’ growth, or more importantly, massive ‘quality of life’ growth that has happened because of automation, technology, innovation, government policy, etc. It is creating a problem by not defining the actual metric that matters and creates this outrage by people who think they are getting screwed when they are greatly benefiting from the current system.

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