Michael J. Kerrigan, a self-described recovering lobbyist, after spending thirty-five years in the political arena, has turned his advocacy skills to improving character education in our nation as founder of the Character Building Project.
Restoring Character in America by Michael J. Kerrigan
What defines “good character” to the average American? Is it what one does when no one is looking? Is it moral certitude about one’s actions? Is it courage? Is it compassion? Can it be taught?
Restoring Character in America identifies the decline in character in our country, but then gives the reader hope for the future by showcasing leaders whose careers are successfully turning around this trend in our schools, communities, businesses, and the military.