Years after United Parcel Service and Federal Express refuted the rationale for a monopolistic and inefficient U.S. Postal Service, statutes and criminal penalties (!) continue to shield half of the agencys mail volume against competition from private carriers. Meaningful reform was absent from the Postal Reform of 2006, and may not occur until the Postal Service comes to the brink of collapse.
|Other Independent Review articles by James A. Montanye|
|Fall 2014||The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, and the Birth of Right and Left|
|Fall 2014||Ambition: A History from Vice to Virtue|
|Summer 2013||What Money Cant Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets|
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