Political conditions in the US are ripe for rare progress on immigration, writes Oren Cass in the Financial Times.
Reagan convinced workers to care about business, but who will teach business owners that labor matters too?
Chris Griswold’s testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce’s Subcommittee on Innovation, Data, and Commerce, regarding “Mapping America’s Supply Chains”
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, Tax Foundation senior economist Erica York joins Oren Cass for a conversation about tariffs: who bears the cost, who benefits, and much more. Further Read more…
In the American Conservative, Oren Cass discusses how the American labor market’s failure to produce family-supporting jobs is fundamental to the nation’s problems.
Surveying the wreckage from Wall Street’s collision with emergency services
Biden administration officials were keen to stress the limited scope of new rules announced in last week’s executive order, writes Oren Cass in the Financial Times.
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.
In Foreign Affairs, Oren Cass and Gabriela Rodriguez make the case for why economic de-risking is not enough
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.
Oren Cass responds to the Cato Institute’s Norbert Michel misguided critique of American Compass’s financialization research.