The Post Office: A Model of Inefficiency

by Don Boudreaux on August 17, 2009

in History, Myths and Fallacies, Seen and Unseen

Justin Ross, over at The Perfect Substitute, explains beautifully why the United States Post Office is not a model of efficiency — not even close.  (HT John Stossel)

And in this letter, published more than 15 years ago in the New York Times, George Selgin and I make a closely related point about the post office.


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