Rate Hikes and the Future of Snail Mail The post office raises the cost of first class stamps to 39 cents. Postal Service historian Nancy Pope talks about economic viability of today's postal service.
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Rate Hikes and the Future of Snail Mail

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The post office raises the cost of first class stamps to 39 cents. Postal Service historian Nancy Pope talks about economic viability of today's postal service.

Guest:

Nancy Pope, historian at the Smithsonian Institution's National Postal Museum