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    Dbq Postal Service

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    Throughout the years, with all the innovations and new gadgets, the American people have moved away from their “old ways” and they are also advancing at the same pace technology does. They have also moved away from the United States Postal Service (USPS). However, they are not aware that they are moving away from the traditions that have been around for centuries. It is essential that the American people maintain the symbols, by also incorporating modern principles to renovate the image of the postal service. People suppose that the only purpose of the USPS is to deliver mail and set up P.O boxes, but in fact, they do so much more than that. As remarked in (document D) it serves to remain a symbol of the countries development. It reminds the…

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    The United States Postal Service, formed in Philadelphia in 1775, is responsible for the transportation and delivery of the postal services to the American citizens. Its formation led to the appointment of Benjamin Franklin as the first General Postmaster of the USPS. Since its formation, the postal service has operated with the aim of satisfying the customers and uniting them despite the difference in their locality. This has been made possible thanks to technology that was engrained into its…

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    States Postal Service's officials are neglecting their obligations established in Article One, Section 8 and 9 of the American Constitution, and established in the promulgated statute and tenor of the Private Express Statute. The aforementioned divulgatory laws mandate the United States Postal Service’s officials to deliver mail to all properties and residences’ addresses with acceptable authorized United States Postal Service’s receptacles. However, United States Postal Service officials are…

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    The United States Postal Service (USPS) provided efficient and reliable communications across the United States for more than two centuries. It has grown in both number of post offices and ways to deliver mail. Nonetheless, mail volume has substantially decreased as electronic mail and package delivery companies took business away from the USPS. Although the traditional mail system independently lasted throughout the years without any changes and still held some value, by restructuring the…

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    I can expect to see in my mailbox is the credit card companies with their customer acquisition offers. The personal touch of handwritten cards ensures the purposes of the USPS (United States Postal Service) are still there but not used to its fullest extent or availability. “Personal touch — It’s nice to sometimes get a personally written letter in the mail. … It gives the message a more intimate feeling” (Source D). Hawkins, similarly to myself, understands and feels the…

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    Postal Service Pros

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    The Consumer’s Renovation As the world evolves to create new technological advances, humans have learned to adapt to a new style of communication. This has lead to an influx of people who prefer the faster, more convenient means of communication, such as texting, instant messaging, e-mailing, etc. Consequently, innumerable amounts of people have found themselves unemployed involving the field of Postal Services until recently as job-cuts have been initiated. This culling the choice to renovate…

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    The United States Postal Service, or USPS, has been an essential service for the nation for centuries. It had dutifully carried postage from one border to the other. However, the service’s evolution has failed to coincide with the nation’s. The service remains true to its roots, but is failing to maintain or increase revenue. While cutting costs is both cheap and maintains the traditional postal office, the USPS risks becoming a relic if it does not modify itself to cater to a modern consumer…

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    Postal Service Case Study

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    Mailing service expanded its power throughout the country, thus creating gateways for humans to connect and reach their peers. The largest mailing company, known as the United States Postal Service, took over the mailing industry and became the largest and most powerful mailing company in America. In recent years, however, the United States Postal Services began to fall economically due to the fact that it was a monopoly. Being a Monopoly meant they were untouchable; unable…

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    about the US Postal Service. The Topical Division will guide the organizational pattern of the speech with the purpose to explain to the children the different functionalities and types of jobs included within the company of the U.S Postal Service. Many children probably think that the mailman is the only employee doing all of the work for the Postal Service; however, that is not the case. The Postal Service offers a variety of jobs that helps the company to function as a whole. For example: I.…

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    The business that has a barrier to entry is the United States Postal Service or USPS. Sunk Cost and the Government regulations have created barriers are two to entry into the mail and postal market (Thomas & Maurice, 2010). While private companies have entered into the parcel market, to date no competitors have entered into the USPS mail and letter business. The federal government has made it against the law for anyone to use a mailbox other than the USPS. However, consumers bear the burden…

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