Governing the Postal Service
J. Gregory Sidak
American Enterprise Institute, 1994 - Business & Economics - 177 pages
This collection of essays examines the law and the economics of postal regulation. Contributors discuss the mission of the Postal Service, how it has changed since the Postal Reorganization act of 1970, and how the ownership structure of the Postal Service differs from that of privately operated entities.
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