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Americans have only rarely chosen government ownership as a remedy for their complaints against private ownership of natural monopolies and other essential industries. Only the mail service has a long history of exclusively government operation, and even that has been abandoned in recent years. Instead, there has evolved the concept of the public utility--privately owned and managed, but subject to controls (and sometimes subsidies) in the interests of public service. This microfiche collection is designed to facilitate and encourage the study of this uniquely American institution.
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