ON-Lion Letter
America today faces overarching challenges, each of which transcends the partisan divide and any one of which could cause grievous harm to our beloved country.  Faced with looming challenges to prosperity, national security, and our self-governing democracy, it is all too easy to lose hope and resign ourselves to a future of decline and mediocrity.

Matthew Spalding's new Changing America's Course:  What's at Stake in 2012, published by The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., points the way to a brighter future of opportunity and independence in hopes of convincing political leaders and concerned citizens alike that while our problems are quite serious if left unattended, they are by no means insurmountable once confronted by the indomitable character and unbounded strength of the American people.

Spalding is vice president for American studies at The Heritage Foundation and director of its B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics.  The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports his scholarship.

Bradley Prize recipient and Heritage Foundation president Edwin J. Feulner co-wrote the foreword to Changing America's Course with Spalding.  Several Heritage scholars contributed to the book, including Bradley Prize recipient Edwin Meese III.
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