Would a universal basic income solve poverty?
Bill Radke talks with historian Rutger Bregman and author of the new book "Utopia for Realists." The book details, in part, Bregman's belief that there should be a universal basic income, where everyone is given enough money to put them above the poverty line, even if they don't work. Bregman believes this would solve multiple problems while costing a fraction of what is spent on poverty measures now. He also believes a basic income for everyone would allow people to rethink the true value of work.