Dylan Matthews

Vox

Guest

Journalist at Vox.com, reporting extensively on universal income

Dylan Matthews on KCRW

What if the government guaranteed everyone a basic amount of income, regardless whether you work or not, let's just say $10,000.

Money for nothin': The case for universal basic income

What if the government guaranteed everyone a basic amount of income, regardless whether you work or not, let's just say $10,000.

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What if the government guaranteed everyone a basic amount of income, regardless whether you work or not, let's just say $10,000.

Money for Nothin': The Case for Universal Basic Income

What if the government guaranteed everyone a basic amount of income, regardless whether you work or not, let's just say $10,000.

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Obama Makes a Case for Compulsory Voting

Australia, Brazil and Singapore are among the 14 countries that have compulsory voting laws.

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