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Resource ID: #10544
Subject: Federal Government
Source: New Yorker
Date: 1994-10-24



The New Yorker (NY) profiles the Chicago post office where hundreds upon thousands of pieces of undelivered mail were found. The bigger scandal was the amount and degree of stonewalling that people faced when they tried to get explanations for undelivered mail. The article chronicles the conditions and atmosphere that postal workers have to work in and the efoorts of one employee to change the way the post office worked. Oct. 24, 1994.

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