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This is what Friedman and pro-capitalists would like to see.
No paperwork, no long lines, no invisible government to put up with, and no fees to pay that go to growing the government system.
In the summer of 2014, several prominent politicians made an unusual choice. This challenge was created as part of a campaign to raise the federal minimum wage, which hasn’t increased since 2009.
For one week, they all voluntarily set aside their generous salaries and tried to live on just .25 an hour – the federal minimum wage. The campaign encouraged politicians, bloggers, and others to try living for one week on minimum wage and write about it.
All those who took the challenge say they learned from the experience.