Issue Date: December 17, 2007
Despite the public's frequent contact with the Postal Service, the agency's operations remain a bit of a mystery for many people.
One surprising fact is that most subjects that appear on U.S. stamps are suggested by the public. Each year, the agency's Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee evaluates thousands of proposals, which must be submitted in writing at least three years before the proposed date of . . .
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