Michael Huemer argues that a basic income guarantee is morally impermissible.
Jim Manzi doubts that a basic income guarantee would emerge from our political process while still bearing its purportedly beneficial features.
Robert H. Frank argues that a basic income would be politically unpopular. He suggests a modest basic income supplemented by public work program.
Matt Zwolinski defends the basic income guarantee against those who charge that it would undermine the work ethic.
Some other argument must be given to support taxation.
Perhaps Henry George had it right.
Michael Huemer explains why Georgist land rents are negligible - and why he need not justify private property in order to condemn political authority.
Jim Manzi looks at why work disincentives are a serious obstacle to a Basic Income Guarantee.
The Cato Institute's Michael Tanner examines the Basic Income Guarantee and finds that its simplicity wouldn't survive the political process.