The Unconstitutionality of the Laws of Congress, prohibiting Private Mails (1844)
Spooner challenged the US postal monopoly by starting his own mail company to deliver letters and by writing a short book arguing that it was wrong on legal and constitutional grounds.
The Unconstitutionality of the Laws of Congress, prohibiting Private Mails (New York: Tribune Printing Establishment, 1844).
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Table of Contents
- TO THE PUBLIC.
- UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE LAWS OF CONGRESS, PROHIBITING PRIVATE MAILS.
- THE POSTMASTER GENERAL’S ARGUMENT.