The Nation

New Postmaster General Albert V. Casey, widely touted as a proven manager who could streamline the $30-billion postal bureaucracy, will leave office in September to accept an endowed business professorship at Southern Methodist University in Texas, officials said. The U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors last week appointed Casey to succeed Paul N. Carlin, who served barely 12 months.

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