Why basic income won’t die with Andrew Yang’s campaign

Why basic income won’t die with Andrew Yang’s campaign

Andrew Yang, the 45-year-old firebrand of the universal basic income movement, ended his campaign for the American presidency Tuesday evening.In a post-announcement email sent to his supporters, the entrepreneur praised his "Yang Gang" of dedicated supporters while declaring the movement would continue to thrive:The tech entrepreneur, who had never run for public office in his life, left an impressive mark on the race. The long-shot candidate filed to runin November 2017. In April 2018, the same month his book The War on Normal Peoplehit shelves, Yang told Inversethat he was calling for a $1,0...


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