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A Case Against Universal Basic Income

Universal Basic Income is often touted as a solution to the struggles of our current economic system; providing for those left behind, as the U.S. economy transitions away from manufacturing. University of Chicago Professor Aaron Benanav spoke on the darker implications of UBI, at an event sponsored by WFHB, last month. Benanav said UBI may be used to placate people …

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Bring It On! – April 8, 2019

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Part One: Hosts Clarence Boone and Liz Mitchell speak with Dr. Charlie Nelms about the launch of his new book, “From Cotton Fields to University Leadership: All Eyes on Charlie, A Memoir – A Story of How Education was His Weapon of Choice for Fighting Racism and Inequality.” Dr. Nelms will launching his book as part of the IU Bicentennial …

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Indiana Leads Growth in Economic Inequality

Indiana leads the Midwest in growing economic inequality. According to a new study from the Economic Policy Institute, the top 1% in Indiana owns 17.3 times the wealth of the rest of the state. Indiana Institute for Working Families Senior Policy Analyst Andrew Bradley said economic inequality in Indiana is growing, and growing faster than its neighbors. Bradley is a …

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