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Fullerton College High Minimum Wages Attract Productivity Discussion

Fullerton College High Minimum Wages Attract Productivity Discussion

Description

ONE AFFIRMATIVE  and ONE NEGATIVE BRIEF on MINIMUM WAGE or alternative topic.

BRIEFS SHOULD INCLUDE 

“TAG” or CLAIM:  WHAT DOES THE QUOTE SAY?  WHAT’S THE ARGUMENT?  

OPTIONAL:  FOR FILING, AFF? NEG?  ISSUE (DISAD?  SIGNIF?)

AUTHOR

SOURCE-PUBLICATION

DATE

QUALIFICATIONS

LINK 

QUOTATION

Sample:

Weakness invites aggression:            SIGNIF  /  INHER

Elizabeth Freund Larus.  JUNE 2021 TAIWAN INSIGHT
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at the University of Mary Washington
https://taiwaninsight.org/2021/06/12/is-it-time-to-relinquish-taiwan/ (Links to an external site.)

In his April 2021 Foreign Affairs article “Washington Is Avoiding the  Tough Questions on Taiwan and China,” international relations scholar  Charles Glaser asks whether it is time for the United States to  relinquish maritime hegemony in the Asia-Pacific. He concludes that  Washington should retrench those areas that would be unacceptably costly  in terms of lives and treasure to defend. One of those places is  Taiwan. This determination method is reminiscent of Dean Acheson’s 1950  “perimeter speech.” He excluded South Korea and Taiwan from the US  defensive perimeter in East Asia in the early years of the Cold War.  Stalin and Mao were watching, and we know how the story on the Korean  peninsula ended.

MINWAGE Links to an external site.NO NET GAIN…… WOULD KILL 1.3 MILL JOBS !!!  (DISAD)
John W. Diamond  Sept. 9, 2019  BAKER INSTITUTE BLOG
(Center for Public Finance at the Baker Institute)

https://www.bakerinstitute.org/research/raising-mi…

CBO’s median estimates show that the number of workers below the  poverty threshold in 2025 would only fall by 1.3 million with a  higher minimum wage. This indicates that the policy does not appear to  be well targeted in terms of reducing poverty partly because, as CBO  reports, 42% of low-wage workers are in families with incomes of more  than three times the poverty level. In addition, the CBO projects that  1.3 million workers would lose their jobs under the median estimates,  with job losses ranging from about zero to 3.7 million under CBO’s low  and high estimates.