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Murray's book is short, because his idea and his premises are so simple and straightforward.
The Plan would eliminate the EITC, however, which in theory provides an incentive to earn an initial amount of money.
Since we seem to be locked into the idea of a welfare state of some kind, this might be the best way to do it.
It is looking more and more like the future will be ever wealthier but have many fewer jobs. A lot of people are going to have to be supported somehow. Read morePublished 27 days ago by John Weidner
Pretty good for a Libertarian theorist. Author proposes a BIG, Basic Income Guarantee, which would be given to every citizen to replacve the enormous number of welfare and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert C.
This is a really cool idea because it straddles maintaining the current level of the welfare state while straightening out any kinks and also making it solvent and, eventually,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Critical Reviewer
When I was an engineering student at the University of Texas, one segment of the ROTC training I received was "problem solving. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jim Bruner
Another classic that I read years ago and keep buying to pass around. Switzerland is now considering a referendum on whether to do something similar to what Murray proposes. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Robert R. Peoples Jr.
Served my purpose very Well. I wondered if someone had another plan and I believe this to be a workable alternative.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good idea at the time and I always find Charles Murray interesting. The idea was good at the time, but where we are now shows the fallacy of long-term planning.Published 22 months ago by Fran
Charles certainly has done a lot of research for this tome. His ideas make a lot of sense, but it's not-a-gonna-happen.Published on February 25, 2012 by Ralph