Selected Articles on the Parcels Post
Debaters' Handbook Series
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Selected Articles on the Parcels Post Debaters' Handbook Series

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Table of Contents
  • EXPLANATORY NOTE
    • CONTENTS
    • BRIEF
      • Introduction
      • Affirmative
      • Negative
    • Introduction
    • Affirmative
    • Negative
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • Bibliographies
      • General References
        • Books, Pamphlets and Documents
        • Magazine Articles
      • Books, Pamphlets and Documents
      • Magazine Articles
      • Affirmative References
        • Pamphlets and Documents
        • Magazine Articles
      • Pamphlets and Documents
      • Magazine Articles
      • Negative References
        • Pamphlets and Documents
        • Magazine References
      • Pamphlets and Documents
      • Magazine References
    • Bibliographies
    • General References
      • Books, Pamphlets and Documents
      • Magazine Articles
    • Books, Pamphlets and Documents
    • Magazine Articles
    • Affirmative References
      • Pamphlets and Documents
      • Magazine Articles
    • Pamphlets and Documents
    • Magazine Articles
    • Negative References
      • Pamphlets and Documents
      • Magazine References
    • Pamphlets and Documents
    • Magazine References
  • SELECTED ARTICLES ON THE PARCELS POST
    • INTRODUCTION
    • GENERAL DISCUSSION
      • Up to Members of Congress.
      • Data Relative to Proposed Extension of Parcel Post. pp. 1-6.
        • Exhibit 1.
        • Exhibit 2.
        • Exhibit 3.
      • Exhibit 1.
      • Exhibit 2.
      • Exhibit 3.
      • Our Postal Express.
      • Data Relative to Proposed Extension of Parcel Post. pp. 8-14.
        • Send Fish, Eggs and Fruit
        • Call Swiss Service Best
        • Cash on Delivery Plan
        • A Table of Charges
        • Difficult to Estimate Cost
        • Has Become Great Factor
        • Provision for Insurance
        • Customs Easily Collected
      • Send Fish, Eggs and Fruit
      • Call Swiss Service Best
      • Cash on Delivery Plan
      • A Table of Charges
      • Difficult to Estimate Cost
      • Has Become Great Factor
      • Provision for Insurance
      • Customs Easily Collected
      • Post-office, Our Mutual Express Company. pp. 1-3.
        • The Post-Office, Our Mutual Express Company
        • Third-Class Matter
        • Fourth-Class Matter
        • Exorbitant Rates
      • The Post-Office, Our Mutual Express Company
      • Third-Class Matter
      • Fourth-Class Matter
      • Exorbitant Rates
      • System of Postal Express.
        • Principal Provisions of the Postal Express Bill
        • Necessity for Postal Express
        • Prohibitive Express Charges
        • Ratios of average express charges to average freight charges in 11 countries.
        • Inadequacy of Various Proposals—Regulation
        • Various Parcels-Post Schemes
        • Essential Elements of an Adequate System
        • Advantages of Postal Express
        • The Agricultural Post
      • Principal Provisions of the Postal Express Bill
      • Necessity for Postal Express
      • Prohibitive Express Charges
      • Ratios of average express charges to average freight charges in 11 countries.
      • Inadequacy of Various Proposals—Regulation
      • Various Parcels-Post Schemes
      • Essential Elements of an Adequate System
      • Advantages of Postal Express
      • The Agricultural Post
      • Hearings before the Committee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads. April 20-29, 1910. pp. 296-7.
      • Monthly Consular and Trade Reports. No. 329. pp. 104-6. February, 1908.
    • Up to Members of Congress.
    • Data Relative to Proposed Extension of Parcel Post. pp. 1-6.
      • Exhibit 1.
      • Exhibit 2.
      • Exhibit 3.
    • Exhibit 1.
    • Exhibit 2.
    • Exhibit 3.
    • Our Postal Express.
    • Data Relative to Proposed Extension of Parcel Post. pp. 8-14.
      • Send Fish, Eggs and Fruit
      • Call Swiss Service Best
      • Cash on Delivery Plan
      • A Table of Charges
      • Difficult to Estimate Cost
      • Has Become Great Factor
      • Provision for Insurance
      • Customs Easily Collected
    • Send Fish, Eggs and Fruit
    • Call Swiss Service Best
    • Cash on Delivery Plan
    • A Table of Charges
    • Difficult to Estimate Cost
    • Has Become Great Factor
    • Provision for Insurance
    • Customs Easily Collected
    • Post-office, Our Mutual Express Company. pp. 1-3.
      • The Post-Office, Our Mutual Express Company
      • Third-Class Matter
      • Fourth-Class Matter
      • Exorbitant Rates
    • The Post-Office, Our Mutual Express Company
    • Third-Class Matter
    • Fourth-Class Matter
    • Exorbitant Rates
    • System of Postal Express.
      • Principal Provisions of the Postal Express Bill
      • Necessity for Postal Express
      • Prohibitive Express Charges
      • Ratios of average express charges to average freight charges in 11 countries.
      • Inadequacy of Various Proposals—Regulation
      • Various Parcels-Post Schemes
      • Essential Elements of an Adequate System
      • Advantages of Postal Express
      • The Agricultural Post
    • Principal Provisions of the Postal Express Bill
    • Necessity for Postal Express
    • Prohibitive Express Charges
    • Ratios of average express charges to average freight charges in 11 countries.
    • Inadequacy of Various Proposals—Regulation
    • Various Parcels-Post Schemes
    • Essential Elements of an Adequate System
    • Advantages of Postal Express
    • The Agricultural Post
    • Hearings before the Committee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads. April 20-29, 1910. pp. 296-7.
    • Monthly Consular and Trade Reports. No. 329. pp. 104-6. February, 1908.
    • AFFIRMATIVE DISCUSSION
      • Our Postal Express. pp. 1-6.
      • World’s Work. 21: 14248-51. April, 1911.
      • Congressional Record. 46: 1941-7. February 3, 1911.
        • Local Parcels Post
      • Local Parcels Post
      • Congressional Record. 45: 9310-4. June 24, 1910.
        • A Brief for a Modern Parcels Post for the United States
      • A Brief for a Modern Parcels Post for the United States
      • Cosmopolitan. 36: 497*-9*. March, 1904.
      • Craftsman. 14: 592-4. September, 1908.
      • Independent. 70: 105-7. January 12, 1911.
      • People Demand a General Parcels Post. pp. 7-12.
        • Express Company Rates Cause Loss to Shippers—Express Company Methods Cause Loss to the Postal Department
        • The Parcels Post Not Openly Opposed by the Beneficiaries of Present Methods
        • Misdirected Energy Benefits Express Companies and Catalogue Houses
        • Catalogue Houses Don’t Need the Parcels Post, and Oppose It
      • Express Company Rates Cause Loss to Shippers—Express Company Methods Cause Loss to the Postal Department
      • The Parcels Post Not Openly Opposed by the Beneficiaries of Present Methods
      • Misdirected Energy Benefits Express Companies and Catalogue Houses
      • Catalogue Houses Don’t Need the Parcels Post, and Oppose It
      • Hampton’s. 26: 261-4. February, 1911.
        • Unwise Opposition of the Small Merchant
        • Part Played by the Express Companies
        • Enormous Profits of the Express Companies
      • Unwise Opposition of the Small Merchant
      • Part Played by the Express Companies
      • Enormous Profits of the Express Companies
      • Good Housekeeping. 53: 2-10. July, 1911.
      • Housekeeper. 31: 11-35. August, 1908.
    • Our Postal Express. pp. 1-6.
    • World’s Work. 21: 14248-51. April, 1911.
    • Congressional Record. 46: 1941-7. February 3, 1911.
      • Local Parcels Post
    • Local Parcels Post
    • Congressional Record. 45: 9310-4. June 24, 1910.
      • A Brief for a Modern Parcels Post for the United States
    • A Brief for a Modern Parcels Post for the United States
    • Cosmopolitan. 36: 497*-9*. March, 1904.
    • Craftsman. 14: 592-4. September, 1908.
    • Independent. 70: 105-7. January 12, 1911.
    • People Demand a General Parcels Post. pp. 7-12.
      • Express Company Rates Cause Loss to Shippers—Express Company Methods Cause Loss to the Postal Department
      • The Parcels Post Not Openly Opposed by the Beneficiaries of Present Methods
      • Misdirected Energy Benefits Express Companies and Catalogue Houses
      • Catalogue Houses Don’t Need the Parcels Post, and Oppose It
    • Express Company Rates Cause Loss to Shippers—Express Company Methods Cause Loss to the Postal Department
    • The Parcels Post Not Openly Opposed by the Beneficiaries of Present Methods
    • Misdirected Energy Benefits Express Companies and Catalogue Houses
    • Catalogue Houses Don’t Need the Parcels Post, and Oppose It
    • Hampton’s. 26: 261-4. February, 1911.
      • Unwise Opposition of the Small Merchant
      • Part Played by the Express Companies
      • Enormous Profits of the Express Companies
    • Unwise Opposition of the Small Merchant
    • Part Played by the Express Companies
    • Enormous Profits of the Express Companies
    • Good Housekeeping. 53: 2-10. July, 1911.
    • Housekeeper. 31: 11-35. August, 1908.
    • NEGATIVE DISCUSSION
      • Perils of Parcels Post Extension. pp. 13-31.
        • A Heavy Deficit Inevitable
        • Government Bears the Burden
        • Averages Are Misleading
        • The Average Haul
        • Second-Class Mail Matter
        • Conditions That Control Are Reversed
        • Impossibility of Adjustment
        • Act With Open Eyes
        • A Subsidy to a Favored Class
        • Who Are the Favored Class?
        • Effect of a Subsidy
      • A Heavy Deficit Inevitable
      • Government Bears the Burden
      • Averages Are Misleading
      • The Average Haul
      • Second-Class Mail Matter
      • Conditions That Control Are Reversed
      • Impossibility of Adjustment
      • Act With Open Eyes
      • A Subsidy to a Favored Class
      • Who Are the Favored Class?
      • Effect of a Subsidy
      • Independent. 70: 72-3. January 12, 1911.
      • Further Thoughts on Parcels Post pp. 3-5.
      • One Cent Letter Postage, Second Class Mail Rates, and Parcels Post. pp. 14-22.
      • Parcels Post. pp. 6-15.
        • The Consumer Will Buy Goods No Cheaper
        • The Interstate Commerce Commission Now Has Power to Adjust and Regulate Express Rates and Will Regulate Them
        • Objections to Parcels Post
        • Will Injure Country Communities
        • It Will Increase the Horde of Government Employees
        • It Limits the Field of the Individual
        • Extravagance Will Be Augmented
      • The Consumer Will Buy Goods No Cheaper
      • The Interstate Commerce Commission Now Has Power to Adjust and Regulate Express Rates and Will Regulate Them
      • Objections to Parcels Post
      • Will Injure Country Communities
      • It Will Increase the Horde of Government Employees
      • It Limits the Field of the Individual
      • Extravagance Will Be Augmented
      • Journal of Political Economy. 16: 417-35. July, 1908.
      • Parcels Post Problem. p. 20.
      • A. B. C. of Parcels Post. pp. 4-5.
      • Parcels Post. pp. 3-9.
      • Why Parcels Post Is Not a Good Thing for This Country. pp. 1-5.
      • Parcels Post and Postal Savings Banks, pp. 1-2.
      • Parcels Post. pp. 8-11.
        • In Foreign Countries
        • Railroad Ownership
      • In Foreign Countries
      • Railroad Ownership
    • Perils of Parcels Post Extension. pp. 13-31.
      • A Heavy Deficit Inevitable
      • Government Bears the Burden
      • Averages Are Misleading
      • The Average Haul
      • Second-Class Mail Matter
      • Conditions That Control Are Reversed
      • Impossibility of Adjustment
      • Act With Open Eyes
      • A Subsidy to a Favored Class
      • Who Are the Favored Class?
      • Effect of a Subsidy
    • A Heavy Deficit Inevitable
    • Government Bears the Burden
    • Averages Are Misleading
    • The Average Haul
    • Second-Class Mail Matter
    • Conditions That Control Are Reversed
    • Impossibility of Adjustment
    • Act With Open Eyes
    • A Subsidy to a Favored Class
    • Who Are the Favored Class?
    • Effect of a Subsidy
    • Independent. 70: 72-3. January 12, 1911.
    • Further Thoughts on Parcels Post pp. 3-5.
    • One Cent Letter Postage, Second Class Mail Rates, and Parcels Post. pp. 14-22.
    • Parcels Post. pp. 6-15.
      • The Consumer Will Buy Goods No Cheaper
      • The Interstate Commerce Commission Now Has Power to Adjust and Regulate Express Rates and Will Regulate Them
      • Objections to Parcels Post
      • Will Injure Country Communities
      • It Will Increase the Horde of Government Employees
      • It Limits the Field of the Individual
      • Extravagance Will Be Augmented
    • The Consumer Will Buy Goods No Cheaper
    • The Interstate Commerce Commission Now Has Power to Adjust and Regulate Express Rates and Will Regulate Them
    • Objections to Parcels Post
    • Will Injure Country Communities
    • It Will Increase the Horde of Government Employees
    • It Limits the Field of the Individual
    • Extravagance Will Be Augmented
    • Journal of Political Economy. 16: 417-35. July, 1908.
    • Parcels Post Problem. p. 20.
    • A. B. C. of Parcels Post. pp. 4-5.
    • Parcels Post. pp. 3-9.
    • Why Parcels Post Is Not a Good Thing for This Country. pp. 1-5.
    • Parcels Post and Postal Savings Banks, pp. 1-2.
    • Parcels Post. pp. 8-11.
      • In Foreign Countries
      • Railroad Ownership
    • In Foreign Countries
    • Railroad Ownership
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