— Karl Widerquist (@KarlWiderquist) June 17, 2020
Fighting for human dignity means fighting for humans, not workers. We need to recognize all the unpaid work going on that min wages do nothing to recognize, and we need to recognize that people should have the power to refuse paid work until their conditions are met to consent. pic.twitter.com/RKA0uy4U75
— Scott Santens (@scottsantens) May 23, 2020
…ein Hinweis auf den Basic Income News.
…ein Beitrag von Karl Widerquist in The Guardian.
…My personal reflections after following it for 40 years“, eine Einschätzung von Karl Widerquist, der auf seine lange Beschäftigung mit dem Thema zurückschaut.
…schreibt Karl Widerquist auf den Basic Income News.
„An early version of a book, Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend: Examining its Suitability as a Model, is now available for free download on my personal website. A summary, from the first chapter of the book (2012), is reprinted below. If you want to cite or quote it, please see the published version:
@PeteButtigieg says UBI is a good idea, but we should add work requirements. That's like saying "Great idea: let's not do it!" The absence of work (and all other) requirements is the essence of UBI. You add work requirements, you're basically doing the opposite.
— Karl Widerquist (@KarlWiderquist) September 7, 2019
…die Rezension findet sich auf den Basic Income News.