Poverty, a matter of cash, not character
Historian Rutger Bregman long believed, as many people do, that poverty was the result of a lack of character, and that people deserve to pay for bad choices so they learn to do better.
After more observation, though, he came to a radically different conclusion and now argues for a basic wage to address part of the problem once and for all.
Full story at TED.
Addressing poverty once and for all.Posted by Kate Rinsema