The scholarly news magazine JSTOR Daily has a great article about the selling off of historic post offices, by R. H. Lossin. It covers the sale of the Bronx GPO, the fight over the Berkeley post office, and the whole legacy of New Deal post offices and murals. "For defenders of historic post office sites," writes Lossin, "the disappearance of New Deal buildings and artwork from the public sphere is symbolic. In a time of systematic economic and legislative attacks on public infrastructure, we are in danger of forgetting this older, more socially democratic order. Every regime change requires the toppling of monuments, and the sale of New Deal post offices is just that." Read more.