PUBLIC POLICY: A Strategic Political Argument for the Minimum Wage By Prof. OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

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The minimum wage has long been thought of as an issue that only affects the low-wage labor market, i.e. the working poor. Broader construction of the minimum wage population, however, shows that not to be the case. When the minimum wage labor market is defined as the effective minimum wage population — those who earn around the minimum rather than …

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THE JACKSON LIST: Social Security Upheld By PROF. JOHN Q. BARRETT

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<<<Professor John Q. Barrett In 1937, seventy-five years ago today, May 24th was a Monday. At the United States Supreme Court, many spectators, anticipating announcements of big decisions, walked into the courtroom throughout the morning.  By the time the Justices took the bench at noon, the room was very crowded.  The spectators included Justices’ wives, Senators, Cabinet wives, Solicitor General …

eHeziTHE JACKSON LIST: Social Security Upheld By PROF. JOHN Q. BARRETT