Topic 3. Congress should raise the minimum wage to $8.00
Use the althoughÃ¢ÂÂ¦because thesis shown on page 276.The although clause will be your last mention of your opponents' viewpoint.
Feel free to use a problem-solution order for your argument based on effects you have already analyzed in your causal analysis essay.
MLA Format: Have at least 5 reliable sources that you found by using a college library database like Lexis-Nexis, Academic Search Premier, or Proquest. One of your sources may be a personal interview. Create a Works Cited page at the end of your paper, following the guidelines in Chapter 14 for MLA and following the attached handout on using MLA format to cite electronic sources.
Have at least 5 in-text parenthetical citations, at least one for every work cited.
Recommend a policy about the minimum wage that you feel would benefit our society.
"Holding the minimum wage at $5.15
an hour is shameful and should be changed," says Senator Richard J. Durbin (Momentum 2006). September 1, 1997- September 1, 2006, nine years have passed without an increase in the federal minimum wage of United States, nine years since the Congress has been debating the proposal of raising the minimum wage from $5.15 to $7.25. Although many business groups, economists and senators are fighting against measures to increase the minimum wage under the pretext of it will cause inflation, such proposition should be rejected because it prevent almost 15 millions of American from being paid an higher wage, enjoying a standard life, and rising out of poverty line.
Congress should raise minimum wage to $7.25 an hour; almost 15 millions American people would benefit from this change. According to Senator Edward Kennedy, "It's long past time for Congress to give these hard-working Americans a raise" (War...