The discussion about five-day delivery has been ongoing and this blog has seen plenty from both sides.
Did you know that once -- in 1957 -- there was an attempt to do away with Saturday Delivery? PMG Arthur E. Summerfield, decided to save a little money and end Saturday delivery.
It lasted one week. On April 13, 1957, the mail stopped. But the public revolted and President Eisenhower promptly promoted and signed legislation for more funding and things returned to normal.
What do you think about this kind of move? Comment here.