If conservatism is to regain its footing, the New Right will need better solutions than what Trump has offered. But a return to what came before him is no solution at all.
Long-term analysis shows the ineffectiveness of the Bush and Trump tax cuts
Conservatives should bring supply-side thinking to issues beyond business investment
Boosting American investment and production when tax cuts will not
Conservatives should favor limited government, not reflexive tax cuts
Moving Pro-Growth Economics Beyond Tax Cuts
Taxing imported goods is unpopular with economists, but it could help the U.S. lower the trade deficit, strengthen its industrial base and safeguard national security.
Support America’s farmers, but not with subsidies
This special episode of the American Compass podcast features a wide-ranging conversation between Oren Cass and Glenn Hubbard on the future of capitalism.
New York Magazine on Oren Cass’s quest to make Republicans heed the interests of their working-class base.
Matthew Continetti on the New Right and American Compass’s role in the realignment
Oren Cass reviews Sohrab Ahmari’s new book, Tyranny, Inc., in First Things.
Turning the American citizen into “The Consumer”
On this episode of Critics Corner, Oren Cass is joined by FREOPP’s Avik Roy for a discussion of the Freedom Conservatism Statement of Principles.
Reheating stale free-market dogma does nothing to address the challenges facing today’s American right, argues Oren Cass in the Financial Times.
Sen. J.D. Vance and Oren Cass discuss what has gone wrong with investment in the American economy and how conservatives should think about labor unions today.
The inside story of the trade negotiation that changed the world
Sen. Marco Rubio and Oren Cass discuss globalization, what has gone wrong in the American economy, and the policies we’ll need to recover.
Sen. Todd Young and Oren Cass discuss how conservatives should think about industrial policy, how public policy can support R&D, and more.
Sen. Tom Cotton and Oren Cass discuss the future of conservative economics and the importance of workforce development.