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Insecurity may be considered a creative motivator in the land of plenty, but in the normal world it is the root of disintegration.
Basic income would fail without Universal Basic Services, and is unaffordable with the services.
Universal free social/aged care would only cost 0.1% GDP more than current government proposal.
At the core of any model of universal basic services is a moral and emotional reality that cannot be underestimated
A lack of universal or adequate benefits is a major problem
Instead of giving people money, why not guarantee all of the public services they need to live a full life?