Mandate for Leadership will help you hold politicians to their promises. This guide from The Heritage Foundation provides conservative solutions to issues ranging from free trade to Social Security reform to reducing federal spending.
In 1980, President Ronald Reagan used Heritage’s first Mandate to develop many of his policies. In fact, he used it so much it became a “kind of handbook for the new administration,” according to The Washington Post.
Make Mandate for Leadership your handbook, too.
Charles Heatherly is an author, politician, and educator. He served as executive secretary to the Secretary, Department of Education. Previously he was director of resource bank and director of special projects, The Heritage Foundation, in 1979-1981; director of education, National Federation of Independent Business, 1973-1979; and western director, Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Los Angeles, Calif., in 1969-1973.
He graduated from the University of Arizona (B.A., 1965) and Claremont Graduate School and University Center (M.A., 1975). He is married, has three children, and resides in Springfield, Virginia. Mr. Heatherly was born June 6, 1942, in Elizabethton, Tennessee