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Minimum Wage Equals the Demise of the Work Force
If a person were to ask any worker if he or she would like a raise, the response would be a resounding yes. However, if one were to ask that same worker if he or she would like to be fired or have their hours of work reduced, then that worker would likely say no. The effects of minimum wage are centered on exactly these points. Minimum wage should be eliminated.
<Tab/>The federal minimum wage was instituted in 1938 as a provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). It was originally set at $0.25 per hour, about 40 percent of the average manufacturing wage at that time…
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