Andrew Yang: ‘Political Violence Is Becoming More and More of an Inevitability’
Andrew Yang’s run for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination didn’t last all that long, but his support for a universal basic income (UBI) pushed that arcane topic to the center of ongoing policy debates about how best to help Americans dislocated by technological and economic change.
The 46-year-old entrepreneur, who also ran unsuccessfully this year to become New York City’s mayor, has a new book out. Forward: Notes on the Future of Our Democracy, is part campaign memoir and part political manifesto in which he outlines the principles and policies he thinks are essential to making America once again a land of opportunity. To further his agenda, he has also launched the Forward Pa
Article from Latest – Reason.com