Second article in a series on minimum wages.
Note: This is an expanded, footnoted version of the article published by Inter Press Service.
In 1958, when New York State was considering raising its minimum wage 33% from $0.75 to $1.00, merchants at hearings complained that their profit margins were so small that [...]
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