Minimum Wage War

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“The home that is also a car or a van. The illness or injury that must be “worked through”...”1 This statement embodies a lot of the wage war, that has been around in the United States for years. As a teenager who works and pays for a car off of minimum wage I understand the importance of saving every dime, and working through the pain. When you have had to work through an illness, or had hurt something the day before you will understand the pain of showing up to work. Those days will create a certain character in a person, a certain work ethic, something that little of the next working generation has. In my belief, the minimum wage should be raised but, not too substantially. In addition, the wage war in the United States should be for nickels