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A recently rediscovered trunk containing 2,600 letters sent from France,
Spain, and the Spanish Netherlands between 1689 and 1706 will soon
provide a fascinating glimpse into the plight of the early modern
European everyman. These letters remained undelivered — including 600
letters never opened — because their recipients could not be found or
would not pay outstanding postage costs. The trunk has been stored in
The Hague’s Museum voor Communicatie since 1926. Now, an international
team of experts from MIT, Yale University, University of Leiden,
University of Groningen, and Oxford Univeristy is exploring each missive
in a ground-breaking project called
"Signed, Sealed, and Undelivered."http://bit.ly/1OEs5s1http://bit.ly/1OEs5s1+
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"The problems of our economy have occurred not as an outgrowth of laissez-faire, unbridled competition.
They have occurred under the guidance of federal agencies, and under the umbrella of federal regulations."
Senator Ted Kennedy, in defending trucking deregulation in 1978.