The postal power of Congress: A study in constitutional expansion by Lindsay Rogers

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Author Rogers, Lindsay, 1891-1970
LoC No. 16013082
Title The postal power of Congress: A study in constitutional expansion
Contents Introductory: the antecedents of the power -- The power of Congress to establish postoffices -- The power of Congress to establish postroads -- Limitations on the postal power -- The power of the states to interfere with the mails -- The extension of federal control over postroads -- The extension of federal control through exclusion from the mails.
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Language English
LoC Class HE: Social sciences: Transportation and communications
Subject Thesis (Ph. D.)
Subject Postal service -- United States -- History
Subject United States. Congress -- Powers and duties
Subject Postal service -- Law and legislation -- United States
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