Monthly Archives: August 2014

Small Nebraska Town Saves its Post Office

You think you can’t fight the U.S. Postal Service when it wants to close your local post office and that you must sit back helplessly as it unthinkingly moves to deprive people of necessary services? Well, one small rural town … Continue reading

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Anti-Post Office Closure Cause Gets Boost from Ralph Nader

You know that the issue of post office closings—and by extension potential postal service privatization—is an issue of right versus left and rich versus poor when Ralph Nader gets involved. Well that’s just what happened recently when the longtime consumer … Continue reading

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