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The American Rejection of Globalization

While many economists continue to insist that globalization has benefited the United States, the American people do not agree.

Free Trade’s Origin Myth

American elites accepted the economic theory of “comparative advantage” mainly because it justified their geopolitical agenda.

Is Romney’s former adviser building the post-Trump GOP?

Oren Cass has made a name for himself rejecting the old conservative economic consensus.

Protecting Children Online Is a Worthwhile Endeavor

In the digital realm as outside of it, the public has a right to insist on regulations where the safety of our kids is at stake.

Oren Cass & Steve Moore Debate Immigration and Wages

Oren Cass and the Heritage Foundation’s Steve Moore debate immigration and wages at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute’s American Economic Forum.

2023 Annual Report

We work from genuine conservative principles to address the real problems facing the nation and its citizens. We are proving that ideas matter, and the best ones can turn the political tide.

Founder’s Letter: A Healthy Dose of Populism

We are winning only because our logic is inescapable and the quality of our work undeniable.

China Challenge Is Too Much for Republican Market Fundamentalism

Defeat on outward-bound investment legislation shows significant change in the party

Issues 2024: Wall Street

For the American economy to boom again, financial markets will have to return to their proper role promoting productive investment.

This Conservative Wants to Change the Way Republicans Think About Economics

In an extended New York Times interview, Oren Cass discusses the importance of labor to conservative economics.

Men’s Realism

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

American Compass and Heritage Foundation Lead Coalition Letter Urging Outbound Investment Restrictions

FY24 NDAA should maintain disclosure requirements and restrict U.S. capital flows to China

Coalition Letter: Outbound Investment Restrictions

As the FY2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) moves through conference committee, we write to urge Congress’s support for security-related restrictions on outbound investment of American capital to the People’s Republic of China (PRC).

The Credit Card Competition Act Will Help Support a Stronger, More Competitive Free Market

Congress should take seriously the failures in the credit card industry and consider how public policy could support a stronger and more competitive free market.

Issues 2024: Industrial Policy

A strong industrial base is vital to workers and their communities, the rate of technological and economic progress, and national security.

The Receding Democratic Majority

Demography may be destiny, but its party affiliation is not

Big Tech Is Exploiting Kids Online. Congress Has To Step In

Chris Griswold makes the case for protecting children online through the Kids Online Safety Act

Republicans Are Misremembering Their Record of ‘Fiscal Discipline’

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.

New Collection: Supply-Side Economics Beyond Tax Cuts

Long-term analysis shows the ineffectiveness of the Bush and Trump tax cuts

Learning the Lessons of Supply-Side Economics

Conservatives should bring supply-side thinking to issues beyond business investment

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