Commentary

What family policy should look like in post-Roe America Share This

| May 13, 2022

DESERET NEWS—American Compass’s Wells King and Brad Wilcox of the Institute for Family Studies and AEI make the case for a conservative embrace of an expanded Child Tax Credit in a post-Roe v. Wade world.

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Cutting China tariffs will offer no respite from rising prices Share This

| May 01, 2022

FINANCIAL TIMES—American Compass executive director Oren Cass makes the case against rolling back tariffs on China in response to inflation.

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The Market’s Border Crisis Share This

| Apr 21, 2022

THE AMERICAN MIND—American Compass executive director Oren Cass makes the case that revitalizing the American industrial base requires moving beyond globalization.

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The Decline And Fall Of NASCAR Share This

| Apr 20, 2022

THE AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE—America’s most Southern sport has betrayed its own fan base, writes American Compass’s Wells King in this cover story.

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Globalization: America’s Biggest Bipartisan Mistake Share This

| Mar 31, 2022

NEWSWEEK—American Compass research director Wells King explores the history of the Uniparty’s push for globalization at all costs and the fallacies undergirding their arguments.

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Republican stance on free markets is shifting when it comes to China Share This

| Mar 21, 2022

FINANCIAL TIMES—Despite the priority traditionally given to the free flow of capital, many now argue that Beijing should be the exception, writes American Compass executive director Oren Cass.

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Protecting Children from Social Media Share This

| Mar 21, 2022

NATIONAL AFFAIRS—American Compass policy director explores policy options to protect children online with the same vigor that we protect them in the real world.

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The Conservative Confusion on Globalization Share This

| Mar 16, 2022

NATIONAL REVIEW—The question is not will we manage our economy’s interaction with the global market, but how, writes American Compass executive director Oren Cass.

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