Part II: Preparing for the Future

As the United States transitions into a new era of history, the nation should be focused on the development of a citizenry that is educated, skilled, industrious, and of admirable moral character. No nation is ever greater than the character of its people.
The educated and informed citizens can be involved with their government to engage with other nations in activities that are mutually beneficial. International relations can be developed in a positive manner through the utilization of diplomacy, economic incentives, education, and the activity of commendable alliances.
These efforts can be pursued by this nation while scientific and technological advances are used to develop a strong military force that will be a deterrent to potential aggressors.
Dale Brown