Basic Income CAN be seen as a Libertarian Principle

A possible scenario to fund UBI would be to have incremental charges on the NHS, Education and other public services. This can be seen as a way of the individual having more choice but also raising money for important services.

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  • Rasher Null
    commented 2018-12-22 00:34:07 +0000
    It is true that UBI can support certain libertarian policy areas, but the most closely related ones are associated with employment and taxation. Thus UBI would make scrapping of the minimum wage more feasible, as well as making it easier to cut the red tape associated with hiring and firing if so desired.

    The NHS and education systems are already universal, and logically so. Removing these particular universalities goes against the grain of the philosophy of simple administration associated with UBI IMO.
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