Universal Basic Income: a conversation

The other day my good friend Andrew Martin told me to check out Andrew Yang, a 2020 presidential candidate. Martin is someone with whom I love talking politics and all things abstract. He’s great at helping me understand ideas, and he’s currently attending Clemson University to become an structural engineer. Tonight we sat down and talked about what makes Yang such an interesting candidate – specifically his idea of the government giving every American $1000 per month.

In our conversation we hash out the pros and cons of the UBI, and Andrew tells me who he’ll be voting for in the next election.

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