by Don Boudreaux on October 15, 2013
in Crony Capitalism, Seen and Unseen, Video, Work
In this short video clip from 1986 my GMU Econ colleague Walter Williams discusses minimum-wage legislation and that legislation’s perniciously discriminatory ill-consequences for the most-disadvantaged of low-skilled workers.
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