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How do you pick up your baby? Put them in your hand.
How do you make your kids love you? Say hello to them.
We’re at the start of an era. For a lot of people, our current social system feels weird. We all live in an “internet-first” world. So, one of the first things we need, in addition to an internet that works for everyone, is a universal basic income. We live in a world that is increasingly connected, and a universal basic income is needed to keep all our connections humming.
That sounds pretty radical, right? It’s not really that crazy, right? It just needs a little more discussion.
How much would an unconditional basic income be?
The first basic assumption we need to make about the cost is how much would it be?
Let’s go back to the time before we had universal coverage, back in the 70’s. As you may remember, I wrote a big piece that suggested that if the government paid everyone enough, people could live better. (The idea was that people would get the means to live better, and there was a strong presumption that all would eventually have some form of income). And, based on the time period, this suggested that basic income was only a small part of the equation, just 1% of the entire total costs. In other words, it wasn’t even close to a necessary component. That’s probably because if we could provide a universal income, most people would get enough of it.
I think this is still the case today. You have to be pretty clever to get your hands on it as it costs, like $10,000 per person! People can’t do this all by themselves, and even if we tried to make it an automatic supplement for basic income, it would still seem less than the full cost of providing the basic income.
The problem is the government doesn’t currently collect enough to pay for it. It’s like we have a new Social Security system where it would cost