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5 things you need to know about guaranteed basic income

Are we on the brink of a work-free golden age? Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Alexander Starritt
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 How much are the basic income pilots actually proposing to give people?
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 Basic incomes around the world
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 Selma Ferreira, the first recipient of Bolsa Escola, the precursor to Bolsa Familia, in 1995.
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 A Namibian participant in the basic income trial holds his first 100 dollar note
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