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Every step at preventing poverty is also a step at strengthening consumer demand. Steps toward a basic income can be understood as a learning process. In its course, the economic possibilities and consequences of a gradual uncoupling of income and benefits become clear. Steps toward a basic income would contribute to improving the life of those having the hardest time and to stabilizing the economic situation.
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