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U.S. Postal Service: Information About Restrictions on Mailbox Access
Gerald P. Barnes, James T. Campbell, Kenneth E. John, & Stuart Kaufman. Congress adopted the mailbox restriction in 1934 to protect postal revenue by preventing delivery of unstamped matter to mailboxes, which reportedly was having a considerable impact on postal revenues. Today, some major competitors of the Postal Service believe the law to be unfair & unnecessary, that it adversely affects their delivery operations, & should be repealed. This report provides information on the purpose & history of the restriction; current U.S. public attitudes; views of the Postal Service, major mailers, & others; & the experience of mail theft & the need for mailbox restriction.
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