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The new glue of society

Borger Payroll. The idea that changes the game
Would a monthly sum from the state to all the community's adults rekindle the sense of community between citizens?

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

I get the Excel sheet on the screen. Entering 2000 in the forecast, keeping my monthly contribution to Amnesty, downgrading the equipment budget. The low but powerful sneakers will last for a while; hiking shoes have to wait another year. It goes around as far as it is. Had I still had a citizen's salary, a fixed small sum on account each month, it would have been so much easier.

As a writer and public debater, I have been involved in. . .

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Andrew P. Kroglund
Kroglund is a critic and writer. Also Secretary General of BKA (Grandparents' Climate Action).

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