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Explores the pros and cons of privatizing the Postal Service.
|Introduction: A Private Postal Service for the 21st Century|
|The View from the U.S. Postal Service||p. 3|
|The Postal Monopoly Law: A Historical Perspective||p. 9|
|Postal Service Problems: The Need to Free the Mails||p. 23|
|Mass Mailer Problems||p. 33|
|Competing Carriers||p. 43|
|E-mail, Faxes, and Personal Computers: Telecommunications Alternatives||p. 53|
|Natural Monopoly Myths: Lessons for Postal Service||p. 63|
|Patterns of Private Delivery||p. 79|
|Competition in Postal Service: International Perspectives||p. 91|
|Problems with Privatization||p. 103|
|Employee Ownership of the Postal Service||p. 115|
|Breaking Up the Postal Service||p. 121|
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Number Of Pages: 138
Published: January 1996
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.1 x 1.2
Weight (kg): 0.24