The precariat, populism and robots: is basic income a political imperative?

In the previous two articles in this series, the precariat was depicted as the emerging mass class, experiencing falling real wages, chronic economic insecurity and growing anger, in a context best described as rentier capitalism, rather than free-market capitalism.

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The precariat, populism and robots: is basic income a political imperative?

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