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Move Fast and Make Things

A new wave of AI-driven innovation is key to a manufacturing renaissance.

Has Civil Society Become Part of the Problem?

Not only markets but also mediating institutions deserve greater scrutiny from conservatives.

Finding the Responsible Party

The conservative journey back from anti-tax zealotry to limited government

Crash and Churn

How deregulation of trucking has failed truckers—and everyone else

Men’s Realism

The masculinity crisis is serious but most solutions on offer are not

The Receding Democratic Majority

Demography may be destiny, but its party affiliation is not

Crop Cash

Support America’s farmers, but not with subsidies

Reverse Class Psychology

Reagan convinced workers to care about business, but who will teach business owners that labor matters too?

Flapper Economics

Turning the American citizen into “The Consumer”

Public Safety for Sale 

Surveying the wreckage from Wall Street’s collision with emergency services

Only Trump Could Confront China

The inside story of the trade negotiation that changed the world

Bad Trade

“Bad competitiveness” results in weakening demand, which either reduces global production or requires surging debt to maintain demand and production at its existing level. Perhaps that rings a bell, because it is the world we live in.

A Nation of Boys at Risk

After decades of intensive effort and investment to create an equitable education system, not least for girls and women, the nation finds itself with a peculiar predicament: It is boys who are falling behind furthest and fastest.

Don’t Trade on Me

America grew wealthy not from free trade, but behind some of the world’s most imposing protectionist barriers. In fact, the principal tradition of free trade one finds in American history was born in the Confederate South.

Pursuing the Reunification of Home and Work

The conflict between responsibilities at home and at work is largely the result of economic transitions to which we still—nearly a century after industrialization and 50 years into the modern feminist movement—have not adequately responded.

We Peasants of the Metaverse

As we are belatedly coming to realize, online territory must be regulated—by people, not merely by economic laws or algorithms—but we have no idea how or by whom.

With All Due Respect to the Experts

We need and value expertise, yet our public square tends to amplify precisely those least worthy of our trust. How should we decide who counts as an expert, what topics their expertise properly addresses, and which claims deserve deference?

Taking the Right Off Autopilot

Fusionist think tanks established strong brands and large payrolls, and if the donors would keep giving, then the Cold War hawks would find new wars to start, the supply-siders new taxes to cut. They are still doing it today.

Trading It All Away

Adapted from remarks delivered by Senator Marco Rubio on the 20th anniversary of China’s ascension to the WTO.

After Hegemony

After decades of foreign policy debates centered on dealing with states and actors far weaker than ourselves, the United States has lost the “finger tip feel” and grammar for determining how to respond to a nation that is comparable to us in power.

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