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The Job Guarantee and contributory unemployment benefits systems

 

 

Bill Mitchell has been advocating a Job Guarantee as part of progressive political economic policy for years. Here he reasserts the crucial distinction between job guarantees and a universal basic income. The job guarantee sits well with the need for green jobs to assure a future as opposed to clinging to old ideas that threaten climate catastrophe. A recent Counterpunch article by Scott Ferguson supports this.

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