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The Rightwing Plot to Destroy the Post Office: Why Americans Must Unite to Stop the Privatization of the US Postal Service

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by: Lawrence Swaim
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Publication Date: May 6, 2015
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 138
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633187030
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Book Synopsis
The Post Office and the people that work in it, as well as the Americans who depend on its services, are currently targets of a colossal political scam unprecedented in American history. Congressional Republicans, backed by their billionaire donors, are covertly diverting money from the Post Office in order to drive it into bankruptcy, so they can privatize it.

Yet the US Postal Service receives no money from the government or from taxpayers, having been self-supporting since 1970, depending solely on products and services it provides! Privatization would mean starvation wages, no collective bargaining, mass closings of stations, and an end to home delivery of mail.

We must unite to save our oldest and most beloved service organization! The Post Office was created to serve all the people, not to be a plaything of billionaires and their political proxies. We need to beat the billionaires at their own game. In this booklet I’ll show how.
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About The Author
Lawrence Swaim is a former Vice-President of Local 2, United Federation of Postal Clerks, and was involved in the 1970 postal strike in San Francisco. He wrote WAITING FOR THE EARTHQUAKE, a novel about conditions that led to the strike. After leaving the US Postal Service, he was a journalist in Europe and Latin America, later working as a counselor at a residential crisis program in the San Francisco Bay Area. He would like to hear from readers at interfaithfreedom@sbcglobal.net.