Next week on the Exchange, we begin with a favorite from the Exchange archive vault, as we listen back to our show with author Colin Woodward on his book "American Nation". Then we talk to author Sheldon Garon, who says that Americans save too little, spend too much and borrow way more than our European and Asian counterparts. Then recent debates over the new health care and refugee settlements have some state politicians defying federal rules. We’ll look at where the line is drawn between national, state and local law. We sit down with New Hampshire’s education commissioner, Virginia Barry and we end the week with a look at the impact state budget cuts has had on our mental health population. Join us all next week for the Exchange each morning at 9/and again at 8 pm here on NHPR!