Debate/Discussion: Should Libertarians Support a Basic Income Guarantee? 1

An interesting discussion of this question between Matt Zwolinski (pro) and  Tom Woods (con). Listen here.

Some voices in the libertarian world have argued that a basic income guarantee for everyone would be better than the current welfare state from a pragmatic point of view. Matt Zwolinski adds that it is morally required, given the dubious origins of so many existing property titles. Result: an engaging exchange of ideas I know you’ll enjoy. But be sure to listen all the way to the end, since that’s where the best parts can be found.

About the Guest

Matt Zwolinski is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of San Diego and a co-director of the University’s Institute for Law and Philosophy.

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Robert Stark interviews Anthony Migchels on the Basic Income Reply

Robert Stark interviews Anthony Migchels on the Basic Income

 

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Anthony Migchels is a monetary reform advocate from the Netherlands. His website is Real Currencies

Topics include:

Proposals for a basic income

How a basic income should be implemented and how it should not

Social Credit

Why Anthony supports an Asset Tax

The myth that the top wealthiest pay the most in taxes

How we lose up to 90% of our income to Usury, taxation, rents and high prices through Monopoly and associated artificial scarcity