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Should There be a Universal Basic Income (UBI)?
Wealthy countries should provide citizens with a universal basic income (UBI).
A UBI reduces crime.
A UBI is more efficient than traditional welfare programs.
A UBI improves the lives of many members of society.
A UBI is an effective tool for societies to prepare for and embrace future developments and technological progress.
A UBI has negative effects on the national economy.
A UBI erodes the personal and societal incentives for financial responsibility, self-improvement, and hard work.
There are different policies that are superior to a UBI.
Providing a UBI creates harmful political consequences.
Should governments provide a universal basic income?
Should everyone's wealth and income information be publicly available?
The sales tax should be replaced with the income tax wherever applicable.