#Running4Mayor: „During the race for president, @AndrewYang became best known for his universal basic income proposal to give every American $1,000 a month. – Yang says he will propose a similar plan for New Yorkers – an idea which could shake up the race.“https://t.co/DtqBkTVgxq
— Mensch in Germany (@InMensch) January 14, 2021
Andrew Yang says Democrats need to improve their appeal to the working class: „In there minds the Democratic party unfortunately has taken on this role of the coastal urban elites who are more concerned about policing various cultural issues than improving their way of life.“ pic.twitter.com/UljmEH0sEn
— The Matt Skidmore Show (@ZachandMattShow) November 6, 2020
I have been skeptical of the UBI, because I feared it concedes the inevitability of a future without stable employment which is preventable.
Then the pandemic came and started to change my mind.
— Anand Giridharadas (@AnandWrites) August 3, 2020
BREAKING: Pres. Trump and Treasury Sec. Mnuchin say they’re looking into sending Americans checks for $1,000 each to mitigate the economic impact of the coronavirus. They’ve released no details yet, but the idea echoes Andrew Yang’s call for a universal ‚Freedom Dividend‘ pic.twitter.com/P69bA3Ja24
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) March 17, 2020
Andrew Yang: „I made clear to every other candidate that I ran on a set of issues (automation, human-centered economy, $1,000 a month). If a candidate were to make a significant commitment in those directions, then I’d be much more enthusiastic about considering an endorsement.“ pic.twitter.com/S64PzNAkT1
— The Zach and Matt Show (@ZachandMattShow) February 28, 2020
…ein Beitrag von Katherine Landergan auf politico.