Maynard Benjamin

Envelope Manufacturers Association

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President of the Envelope Manufacturers Association, based in Alexandria, Virginia; author of several books about the postal service in America, including The History of Envelopes

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Acknowledging that its request is "extraordinary, the US Postal Service has told Congress that " we will be insolvent next month ,” and need to break labor agreements and get out of…

Postal Service Threatened with Drastic Cuts in Jobs, Benefits

Acknowledging that its request is "extraordinary, the US Postal Service has told Congress that " we will be insolvent next month ,” and need to break labor agreements and get out of…

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