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Woking 9 to 5

Not What They Bargained For, the American Compass survey of worker attitudes, highlights the ways that the labor movement’s focus on progressive politics has undermined its own popularity and alienated the lower and working classes. Workers similarly disdain “woke” employers.

How to Put Woke Capital Out of Business

Ramaswamy sees what so many establishment conservatives and libertarians refuse to see: in the eyes of the woke Left, we on the Right are all racists who should be made untouchables.

Oren Cass Presses Business Roundtable on Corporate Responsibility Pledge

American Compass’s Oren Cass discusses an open letter sent to the Business Roundtable calling for corporate actual responsibility.

Open Letter Re: the Business Roundtable’s Commitment to Corporate Actual Responsibility

After a year of empty promises from CEOs, a Left-Right coalition propose a framework for substantive action

Left-Right Coalition Releases Open Letter to Business Roundtable on Corporate Actual Responsibility

After a year of empty promises from CEOs, the groups propose a framework for substantive action.

Corporate Actual Responsibility, with Sen. Josh Hawley

Senator Josh Hawley talks with American Compass executive director Oren Cass about the empty platitudes and hypocrisy of “woke capital” and why conservatives must work to prioritize the needs of workers and families in their economic policy agenda.

Constraining the Corporation

Business leaders have lost contact with the communities and institutions that might hold them accountable, escaped from the oversight and regulation that would channel their activities, and proven themselves shameless in the face of whatever weak standards of decency the culture still attempts to muster.

Case Studies in Corporate Actual Responsibility

Four American companies demonstrate how to fulfill corporate obligations without sacrificing corporate performance.

Q&A with MIT’s Zeynep Ton

Good jobs benefit workers and boost corporate performance, so why aren’t there more of them?

Corporate Actual Responsibility

Holding corporations accountable for their obligations to workers, their families and communities, and the nation.

Three Cheers for Capitalism

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

Corporate Profits Amid Communal Decay

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

Corporations Do Good by Doing Well

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.

Obligations, Yes, But Secondary Ones

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

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