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Mead - Chapter 14

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Buy and Download Description This item is a chapter in a book edited by the late Robert Theobald, economist and pioneering futurist. It dates from the turbulent Sixties, when America's cities were exploding with ethnically rooted riots, and President Johnson, in seeking to build his "Great Society," had redefined poverty as a problem to be solved, rather than a condition to be ignored or endured. At this time the idea of a guaranteed annual income enjoyed active support from a wide array of organizations, left and right, within the American policy establishment. There was broad agreement, which Mead ardently shared, that something had to be done about income disparity, and about getting people out of the trap of poverty and hopelessness. This item is a chapter in a book edited by the late Robert Theobald, economist and pioneering futurist. It dates from the turbulent Sixties, when America's cities were exploding with ethnically rooted riots, and President Johnson, in seeking to bu
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