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'A basic income promises to provide the life-long economic security that helps safeguard other democratic rights. Normative reasons supporting the fundamental right to a basic income include: Increased Citizen Autonomy, Gender Equality, Political Inclusion, Social Stability & Cohesion, Economic Efficiency, Preventing Poverty' - [http://www.soton.ac.uk/citizened/activities/rights_duties_of_citizenship/tasktwo_basicincome.html],  
 
'A basic income promises to provide the life-long economic security that helps safeguard other democratic rights. Normative reasons supporting the fundamental right to a basic income include: Increased Citizen Autonomy, Gender Equality, Political Inclusion, Social Stability & Cohesion, Economic Efficiency, Preventing Poverty' - [http://www.soton.ac.uk/citizened/activities/rights_duties_of_citizenship/tasktwo_basicincome.html],  
  

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'A basic income promises to provide the life-long economic security that helps safeguard other democratic rights. Normative reasons supporting the fundamental right to a basic income include: Increased Citizen Autonomy, Gender Equality, Political Inclusion, Social Stability & Cohesion, Economic Efficiency, Preventing Poverty' - [1],

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_income,

Basic Income Earth Network

http://www.citizensincome.org/