Italy Institutes a Universal Basic Income. Is the U.S. Next?



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When meeting an American, Italians often want to hear about Donald Trump and the 2020 presidential race. But Italy’s politics also offer lessons—and perhaps a warning—for the U.S. Consider the reddito di cittadinanza, or citizens’ income.

Applications for the program open March 6. Italian residents earning less than €9,360 annually…



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