- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- Structure of the Book
- About the Author
- Chapter 1 Imagine …
- Chapter 2 How Did We Get to Where We Are Now?27
- Chapter 3 Why Do Some Reform Proposals Succeed, and Some Fail?
- Chapter 4 How Might We Implement a Citizen's Income?
- Chapter 5 Has It Ever Happened?
- Chapter 6 Criteria for a Benefits System: Coherence and Administrative Simplicity
- Chapter 7 Criteria for a Benefits System: The Family, Then, Now, and in the Future
- Chapter 8 Criteria for a Benefits System: Incentives, Efficiency, and Dignity
- Chapter 9 Criteria for a Benefits System: The Labour Market, Then, Now, and in the Future
- Chapter 10 Would People Work?
- Chapter 11 Would a Citizen's Income be an Answer to Poverty, Inequality, and Injustice?
- Chapter 12 Who Should Receive a Citizen's Income?485
- Chapter 13 Is a Citizen's Income Politically Feasible?558
- Chapter 14 Can We Afford a Citizen's Income?
- Chapter 15 Alternatives to a Citizen's Income
- Chapter 16 What Can a Citizen's Income Not Cope With?
- Chapter 17 A Brief Summary717
- Select Bibliography
- Names Index
- Subject Index
- (p.279) Afterword
- Money for everyone
- Policy Press
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