The author of this controversial study takes a multi-disciplinary look at what is wrong with the Canadian postal system. The analysis is based in the fields of economics, politics and philosophy. Anyone concerned with what has happened to the once-excellent Canadian mail service should read this book, as well as those concerned with current trends in the industrial world.
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