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Corporate Profits Amid Communal Decay

How should businesses balance shareholder interests with obligations to their workers, communities, and nation?

Ordering Obligations for the Common Good

How should businesses balance shareholder interests with obligations to their workers, communities, and nation?

The Corporate Obligations Debate

Patrick Deneen and Andy Puzder debate the obligations of business.

Corporations in the Community of Communities

How should businesses balance shareholder interests with obligations to their workers, communities, and nation?

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Taking Back America From the Libertarians

Washington Post columnist George Will has added his voice to that of Brad Thompson in decrying the rise of an un-American conservative authoritarianism, represented, among others, by such thinkers as Adrian Vermeule, Sohrab Ahmari, and yours truly.

“One Nation” America

This paragraph was penned by G.K. Chesterton in 1925 about William Cobbett, 1763-1835.

Thinking Big to Act Small

American Compass proposes that conservatives revisit the question of whether a nation can afford an economic order without a “compass,” a guide that can provide a sense of direction national policy and shared intention. The question is essential, and the answers on offer on this site portend a new course for the American political order.

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