Noah Berlatsky The Minimum Wage Summary

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Noah Berlatsky, the editor of the book "The Minimum Wage" is credible due to his combined works with Greenhaven Press (an American publishing company), which has been an imprint of Gale since 2000. The book talks about the publics views on minimum wage and discusses the effects of being paid the lowest salary. It recognizes people without jobs not being able to afford necessities due to their poverty and the competition surrounding them. The book is useful because it has certain pages dedicated towards the laws and enforced rules about minimum wage, focusing specifically on unemployment, productivity, (health) insurance, housing, etc. The application is that it discusses about labor unions and the affect towards society and the people living

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