Universal Basic Incomeism is not as much of an ideology, but rather an socioeconomic policy proposal, in which all citizens of a given population would regularly receive a legally stipulated, and equally set financial grant paid by the government without a means test.
UBI is advocated by representatives of all political ideologies, and all across the spectrum.
The first historical example of a basic income dates back to the Roman Empire. Emperor Julius Caesar promised each Roman plebeian, depending on which period, from 100 to 300 denarii.
See Also: Utopianism
In more recent times, specifically the Renaissance, an English statesman and philosopher Sr Thomas More advocate a UBI in his book Utopia.
UBI has recently come back into public spotlight and is being advocated for by multiple politicians and political parties all around the world, examples of which are Andrew Yang in the USA and Bündnis Grundeinkommen in Germany.
UBI has been tried multiple times in contemporary times, the most notable example of which is probably the Alaska Permanent Fund, however UBI trials were also run by the governments of countries (and their subdivisions) all around the world, examples of which include Finland, Kenya, and the Netherlands.
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- Utopianism - Was one of the first advocates of me!
- Social Libertarianism - Yang was probably my most famous advocate!
- Libertarian Conservatism - He loves how I treat the people despite not liking regulation.
- Georgism - My second most famous advocate! Income form land belongs to the people!
- Social Democracy - Other welfare types alongside a UBI? Maybe...
- Social Georgism - They usually supported me, but what's up with all that jazz about socialism?