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Andrew Yang preached his tech-friendly gospel at Sam Altman’s San Francisco house: You can’t treat tech like oil companies and breaking up Amazon won’t bring malls back.

“Its host, Altman, the former head of startup accelerator Y Combinator, is tech’s loudest supporter of universal basic income” writes Melia Russell for businessinsider.com. A wide-ranging discussion covered the fundamentals of “universal basic income,” the path to pulling the federal government into the 21st century, and the argument against breaking up big tech.Andrew Marshall, a software engineer who previously worked at Google, started supporting the candidate in February, because he was interested in Yang’s ideas around universal basic income.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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