How to Fix America: Stop Pushing College Share This

| Dec 03, 2020

THE NEW YORK TIMES—In a Dealbook feature collecting ideas from a wide variety of leaders on how to improve the country, American Compass’s Oren Cass argues for shifting our focus away from college and toward providing strong, non-college career pathways.

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Obama’s America Is Trump’s America Is Biden’s America Share This

| Nov 16, 2020

FINANCIAL TIMES—American Compass’s Oren Cass discusses the 2020 election, arguing that the outcome simply tells us who will govern us, not who we are.

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The Birth Of A Multi-Ethnic, Working-Class Conservatism Share This

| Nov 10, 2020

DAILY CALLER—American Compass’s Oren Cass argues that the future of conservatism lies in a multi-ethnic, working-class coalition.

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Don’t kid yourself about what elections reveal about America Share This

| Nov 09, 2020

CNN—American Compass’s Oren Cass argues that elections tell us simply who will govern us, not who we are, and it is critical to understand our fellow Americans who voted differently.

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A Reformed Labor Movement Could Advance Conservative Values and Priorities Share This

| Oct 27, 2020

NATIONAL REVIEWAmerican Compass’s Oren Cass responds to Michael Watson’s rejection of collective bargaining, arguing that organized labor can advance conservative principles.

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US Presidential Candidates are Ignoring Ordinary Voters’ Needs Share This

| Oct 13, 2020

FINANCIAL TIMES—American Compass’s Oren Cass describes the process by which leaders of both the Republican and Democratic Parties have become unmoored from the voters they aspire to represent.

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When Market Economists Fail Share This

| Oct 12, 2020

CLAREMONT REVIEW OF BOOKS—American Compass’s Oren Cass critiques public choice theory as applied in defense of a libertarian agenda.

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Biden and Trump are Failing the American Worker Share This

| Oct 08, 2020

CNN—American Compass’s Oren Cass argues that neither Biden nor Trump has given the necessary attention to issues like industrial, education, and labor policy that could help American workers.

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