In recent years, these economic proposals have entered political consciousness. Jeremy Corbyn, as leader of the United Kingdom’s Labour Party, promoted people’s quantitative easing as part of his 2015 manifesto . Three years later Corbyn’s Labour Party adopted a policy promoting basic income . In the United States, Democratic Presidential Candidate 2020 Andrew Yang gained a cult following running on a signature policy of $1,000 for every American. Since ending his presidential campaign, Yang has become a global advocate of basic income, launching a non-profit to advance pilots and political candidates that promote basic income platforms, which has attracted millions in funding and media attention .