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Curtailing big tech requires much more than breaking it up Share This

| Jun 01, 2021

FINANCIAL TIMES—American Compass executive director Oren Cass makes the case for disaggregating the Big Tech debate and giving greater focus to the digital age’s novel challenges.

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Has the Financial Sector Become a Drag on the Real Economy? Share This

| Apr 28, 2021

PAIRAGRAPH—American Compass’s Oren Cass, in dialogue with Oaktree Capital’s Howard Marks, discusses the negative effects of the growth of the U.S. financial sector.

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The Rich Get Richer, Middle Class Shrinks, And Conservatives Must Act Share This

| Apr 21, 2021

DAILY CALLER—American Compass research director Wells King discusses the state of economic inequality in the United States and how conservatives should respond.

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What American Workers Really Want Instead of a Union at Amazon Share This

| Apr 20, 2021

POLITICO—American Compass executive director Oren Cass discusses the failed unionization drive at Amazon’s Bessemer, AL, warehouse and what it says about what kind of support and representation workers actually want.

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America’s Microchip Slip Share This

| Apr 16, 2021

NATIONAL REVIEW—American Compass’s Oren Cass and Richard Oyeniran explore the decline of America’s semiconductor industry and how the U.S. can retake the lead in the great semiconductor race.

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The US needs to rediscover the meaning of investment Share This

| Mar 25, 2021

FINANCIAL TIMES—American Compass executive director Oren Cass makes the case that fortunes are made in financial markets without benefiting the real economy.

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Breaking the Spell Share This

| Mar 11, 2021

CITY JOURNAL—Executive director Oren Cass looks back on the history of welfare reform and explains why fighting poverty requires more than just sending money to the poor.

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How To Build Family Policy For The Working-Class Majority Share This

| Mar 10, 2021

DAILY CALLER—Michael Lind’s Home Building essay on family policy for the working class majority is adapted by the Daily Caller.

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