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The Origins of Universal Grants : An Anthology of Historical Writings on Basic Capital and Basic Income - John Cunliffe

The Origins of Universal Grants

An Anthology of Historical Writings on Basic Capital and Basic Income

By: John Cunliffe (Editor), Guido Erreygers (Editor)

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Should all young adults receive a capital grant? Should all individuals be given a lifetime regular income? Would either form of payment be just or unjust? These questions figure prominently in recent social philosophy and policy discussions on "stakeholding" and "basic income". Both types of proposal have a long, but largely unknown history. This anthology contains a wide variety of historical contributions, some of which are presented in English for the first time, highlighting striking parallels between past and present debates.

'I highly recommend this anthology, which is an invaluable source of original documents, some of them available in English for the first time. The selections show how forerunners to contemporary guaranteed income schemes raised and addressed crucial issues as well as arguments for and against such schemes.' - Richard K. Caputo, Basic Income Studies

Basic Capital Proposals
Agrarian Justice (1797)
Some Causes of Popular Poverty (1817)
The Rights of Man to Property (1829)
Brownson's Defence
Defence of the Article on the Laboring Classes (1840)
The Right to Labour and Property (1848)
Natural Law, or Justice as a New Governance for Society according to the Destiny of Man (1854)
Social Economics (1874)
Basic Income Proposals
The Rights of Infants (1797)
"Agrarian Equality - To Mr. R. Carlile, Dorchester Gaol" The Republican, 1824
"Lettre de Fourier au Grand-Juge" (1803)
Solution of the Social Problem or Humanitarian Constitution, Based Upon Natural Law, and Preceded by the
Exposition of Reasons (1848)
Scheme for a State Bonus (1918)
A Reasonable Revolution
Being a Discussion of the State Bonus Scheme - a Proposal for a National Minimum Income (1919)
The Community's Credit
A Consideration of the Principles and Proposals of the Social Credit Movement (1922)
The Next Ten Years in British Social and Economic Policy (1929)
Principles of Economic Planning (1935)
Something to Look Forward To
A Suggestion for a New Social Contract (1943)
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ISBN: 9781403918963
ISBN-10: 1403918961
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 179
Published: 30th November 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 14.61  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1