There's Always Work At The Post Office? Maybe Not

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A post office in Washington, D.C., Thursday August 18, 2011. i

A post office in Washington, D.C., Thursday August 18, 2011. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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A post office in Washington, D.C., Thursday August 18, 2011.

A post office in Washington, D.C., Thursday August 18, 2011.

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The U.S. Postal Service proposed this month to cut 120,000 jobs. Guest host Tony Cox speaks with two former postal workers about what the USPS means to them, whether Americans still need the post office like they used to, and what the the future of USPS may entail.

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