Unfortunately, I don't have a good answer for how to get there, but I worry that permanent subsidies for those who don't work wouldn't lead toward solutions.
US-enacted, entirely domestic policy has to take into account its global humanitarian impact these days? Interesting. I can pretty much guarantee you, Tyler, that the UK, China and India aren't doing the same, to say nothing of Egypt, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, etc.
It's a noble sentiment, of course, and one that will feature in my next bestseller, "How to Finish Dead Last and Then Die."