Mike Konczal: US Postal Service Proposes Launching Low-Fee Public Bank

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TheRealNews on Mar 8, 2014

Mike Konczal: A public option for banks will dramatically improve and help regulate the financial services industry. 


From the archives:

Wall Street Is No Longer a Safe Place to Keep Our Money by Ellen Brown

The Hidden Government Guarantee that Props Up the Shadow Banking System by Ellen Brown

Who’s Pushing Post Office Privatization? by Joseph Piette + Save The People’s Post Office by Dave Welsh

Saving the Post Office: Letter Carriers Consider Bringing Back Banking Services by Ellen Brown

Saving the Post Office and Postal Banking: The Models of Kiwibank and Japan Post by Ellen Brown

9 thoughts on “Mike Konczal: US Postal Service Proposes Launching Low-Fee Public Bank

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  6. Europe has had post office banking services for a very long time. And they operate with a profit for the most part. No need to reinvent the wheel.

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