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DAN NIDESS: Why a Universal Basic Income Would Be a Calamity. Finland has been testing a basic in…

DAN NIDESS: Why a Universal Basic Income Would Be a Calamity. Finland has been testing a basic income for 2,000 of its unemployed citizens since January, and UBI proponents say the Nordic country is providing an example for the U.S. It will be interesting to see the Finnish results, but Americans shouldn’t read too much […]
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