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"[Stern] does a solid job of making his case without waxing too wild-eyed....This is a book eminently worth talking about." --Kirkus Reviews
"America has no choice. Eventually we're going to have to raise the floor and provide a universal basic income. Technology will replace so many good jobs that Americans won't have enough purchasing power to keep the economy going without an economic floor to stand on. I urge you to read Andy Stern's provocative and compelling book." --Robert B. Reich, Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy, University of California at Berkeley, former US secretary of labor, and author of Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few
"Andy Stern has spent his entire life fighting for changes that economically help all Americans, and particularly those often left behind. His latest book offers insight into the emerging challenges of new technology and the urgent need to have a real debate and consider hard choices if we are going to provide economic security for all of our families in the future." --Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood of America
"When a veteran labor leader like Andy Stern argues that we're not going to survive an increasingly jobless economy without a universal basic income, then it's time for the rest of us to listen up. Raising the Floor rests on Stern's long experience fighting for economic justice as well as his years of studying job trends...and it makes an irrefutable case for what might at first seem like a wild idea." --Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickle and Dimed
"There is no more urgent economic discussion today than the relationship between income inequality, technology, and the future of work. Andy Stern's understanding of this relationship frames a compelling argument for the role of universal basic income in building a better future for all of us." --Tim O'Reilly, CEO of O'Reilly Media
"It's a quick read, full of great interviews and down-to-earth observations and is entirely free of economic jargon. It's a smoothie. The book is filled with little surprises that come from Stern's access to people whom we normally see only through thick filters." --Randall Stross author of The Launch Pad, Steve Jobs & the NeXT Big Thing, eBoys, The Wizard of Menlo Park: How Thomas Alva Edison Invented the Modern World, Planet Google, and The Microsoft Way.