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Friday, June 17, 2005


Kevin Carson at Mutualist Blog: Free Market Anti-Capitalism has written a post incorporating and in part responding to my article for Free Liberal. Instead of a basic income, he suggests reform of money and credit monopolies, an issue that I have yet to wrap my head around. The colusion between government and banks may be another way in wich the government enforces rules designed to futher enrich the already wealthy. So far I am hip to the need to socialize land rents, inherentences and the market value of corporate advantages. I need to study more to determine if socializing - or is that "freeing"? - money and credit should be on my list of left-libertarian priorities.

At any rate, as I explained in his comments, I do not see a basic income as being at odds with his proposed solution, and it addresses some of the theorical points he raised.

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