I think this is doubling down on predatory capitalism.

I think Basic Income would put choice back in the hands of the poor, and that’s essential. I trust that when people have a choice they make better decisions than when they don’t have a choice. Regarding other social policies, I do write in the article that Basic Income does not replace Health Care for instance, nor does it replace Education. As for other support beyond Health Care and Education, I feel like the best solution is to have more non-cash support offered, but not imposed. The key is to give people the tools to create their own path, not create a path for them.

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