The U.S. Postal Service is an independent establishment of the executive branch of the government. When it engages in marketing, it is not to earn a profit. Rather, the mission of the USPS is to provide postal services to the United States. In contrast, FedEx is a for-profit company that has become a market leader because of its quick and efficient delivery services.
How do USPS marketing objectives differ from FedEx marketing objectives?
Who is the target market for USPS? How does this differ from the target market of FedEx?
As remarkable as it is that Douglass managed to not only change his mind but also to maintain the logic and rationale he had seen in a sociological approach, and ended with a fusion of ideals that served to distinguish his course of thought. Not only was his synthesis of the two striking among his contemporaries, but to the modern day few historical figures have managed Douglass’ level integration. Since the early 2000s, the United States has been reeling from shooting after shooting – and every incident has brought the courts back to the Constitution of 1787. The debate centers around the Second Amendment, and the methods of interpretation used are heavily reminiscent of the two that Douglass had managed to integrate hundreds of years before. The controversy is still active and will likely take much action on the part of citizens and the government alike to change, but, similar to Douglass’ activism, the issue is one of interpretations and considerations. If, in the modern day, people learned from Douglass – his concordance with Emerson about what makes a truly consistent man, his strength to change, and his ability to symphonize two seemingly opposing views – the United States may see a different result from these shootings. “Where human liberty and justice are at stake, the case falls under an entirely different class of rules. There must be something more than history – something more than tradition.”>GET ANSWER