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.g ., T HE F EDERALIST N O . 24, supra note 1, at 121 (Alexander Hamilton); id . N O . 34, at 164 (Alexander Hamilton) (both assuming that Americans had the goal of being “a commercial people”). but they opted for a government-owned postal system. They railed against monopolies, but they instituted one. They sought to learn from history, but they replicated in America the flawed British postal system. These decisions seem dysfunctional if we think of the postal system as primarily designed to serve the general public R OPER , supra note 1, at p. xv (“The