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Give Power to the Parents!

In a column on how best to approach family benefits, David Brooks cites the findings of the American Compass Home Building Survey.

Biden’s Free Daycare Plan Isn’t What Americans Really Want

Bonnie Kristian features the American Compass Home Building Survey in a discussion of why President Biden’s free day care plan isn’t what American families actually want.

A Guide to Economic Inequality

American inequality is higher now than at any time since WWII. The gap is wide and getting wider. Read what the data show and why it matters.

Economic Justice in Post-Pandemic America?

A conversation about the post-pandemic U.S. economy, hosted by City College of New York’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership

A Guide to the Semiconductor Industry

A guide to what is happening in the semiconductor industry and how the U.S. fell behind its competitors in the global race for leadership.

Grand Old Party and the Working Class with Leader McCarthy

A conversation with Leader McCarthy about what it will take to build a GOP that is better attuned to the concerns of working class Americans and where he sees the party going in the coming years.

Republicans Unveil Policies To Match ‘Working-Class Party’ Claim

Gerald F. Seib highlights American Compass’s Family Income Supplemental Credit plan as an example of recent “new-wave conservative proposals designed to help working-class families.”

How Wall Street Took Over Our Economy

Varun Hukeri features American Compass’s We’re Just Speculating Here research on financialization and falling U.S. investment.

Amazon Union Election Wakes Up Washington, Even Some Republicans

American Compass executive director Oren Cass is featured in a Power Up discussion of the Amazon union drive and conservative support for labor organizing.

Fulfillment: A Conversation on Amazon and Regional Inequality with Alec MacGillis

Fulfillment author Alec MacGillis joins American Compass research director Wells King for a conversation exploring what the growth of Amazon means for the future of inequality in the U.S., the pros and cons of “one-click America,” and how policymakers and consumers should respond.

Oren Cass Joins Tucker Carlson To Discuss Wall Street Investment

American Compass executive director Oren Cass joined Tucker Carlson to discuss our recent research on trends in U.S. investment and the growth of the financial sector.

Oren Cass Reveals Truth Behind Wall Street’s Claim That They Add Value To US Economy

Executive director Oren Cass joins Saagar Enjeti and Krystal Ball to discuss the declining rate of nationwide investments.

Wall Street’s Fixation on Quick Profits Wreaking Havoc in the ‘Real’ Economy, Report Says

Christopher Ingraham features We’re Just Speculating Here writing that U.S. businesses are prioritizing shareholder profits over long-term investments, and the economy’s worse off for it.

Critics Corner with Stephanie Slade

On the first episode of Critics Corner, Oren is joined by Stephanie Slade, managing editor of Reason magazine. They discuss the importance of liberty to the common good, whether government should fund research or infrastructure, the meaning of free trade in the context of China, and quite a bit more.

Fulfillment: A Conversation on Amazon and Regional Inequality with Alec MacGillis

A conversation with Alec MacGillis about his book, Fulfillment, the Amazon behemoth, and the growth of regional inequality in the U.S.

Wall Street Trading Tax Gets Conservative Group’s Unlikely Tout

Daniel Avis highlights American Compass’s We’re Just Speculating Here collection and proposals to reign in the growth of “non-investment” in the U.S. economy.

New Report: Most U.S. Companies Send Cash to Shareholders at Expense of Capital Base

PRESS RELEASE—In an economic transformation over past 50 years, “Eroders” have overtaken “Sustainers,” according to a new report by American Compass executive director Oren Cass.

The Amazon Union Drive and the Changing Politics of Labor

In a discussion of the changing politics of organized labor, Benjamin Wallace-Wells cites American Compass’s work on the issue and its promise on the right-of-center.

We See the Left. We See the Right. Can Anyone See the ‘Exhausted Majority’?

Thomas Edsall cites American Compass’s Oren Cass in a column on the future of partisanship and centrism in American politics.

New Analysis Finds Hedge Funds and Private Equity Failed to Beat the COVID Crash

PRESS RELEASE—The latest Returns Counter update highlights the failures of coin-flip capitalism during the COVID-19 market crash in the first two quarters of 2020.

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