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Natalie Foster’s ‘The Guarantee’ Imagines An America Where Government Ensures Economic Stability for Everyone

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In her new book, “The Guarantee: Inside the Fight for America’s Next Economy,” author Natalie Foster argues for an American economy that guarantees governmental support for seven core areas: housing, health care, a college education, dignified work, family care, an inheritance, and an income floor. Foster is president and co-founder of the Economic Security Project, a nonprofit that advocates for economic stability. She joins to talk about her vision to improve individual lives and society as a whole. 


Natalie Foster, president and co-founder, Economic Security Project, a research center focused on guaranteed income programs, and senior fellow, The Aspen Institute Future of Work Initiative


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