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Alexander Hamilton asked: “Why has government been instituted at all?”

Marriage and the Post Office (Part 1 of 2)

Key Points

  • Despite all of the roles the Federal Government has taken on over the centuries, there are very few actions that the Constitution specifically assigns as a requirement.

  • One such item is “To establish Post Offices and post Roads”, but this has a much deeper meaning that must be clarified.

  • This is not about whether there should be a USPS; it is about the fact that the government should be in the business of protecting the interconnectivity of communications, goods, and people in whatever form they may take now and in the future.


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