Universal Basic Income seemed like it was way outside the box when I produced A World Without Work in 2014. (I wish they would call it what we called it, the BIG, for Basic Income Guarantee.) More and more it is being talked about here in the U.S. and experimented with in Europe. Switching to a system that takes care of everyone would change everything.
Create a new version of the Twilight Club, where outstanding thinkers engaged. Founded in the late 19th century, members included Rudyard Kipling, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Thomas J. Watson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Herbert Spencer, Walt Whitman, Andrew Carnegie, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Mark Twain, Walter Russell. From them we got the Rotary and the Lions Clubs and the Girl and Boy Scouts, our library system, the Better Business Bureau, elimination of sweat shops and child labor, and more.