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Government Of, By, and For the Elite

Oct 13, 2020

The authors of “Dignity” and “Hillbilly Elegy” reflect on Ruy Teixeira and Henry Olsen’s essays, describe the dynamics that lead to a politics disconnected from the economic and cultural mainstream, and identify possible glimmers of hope.

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Corporate Actual Responsibility: A Conversation with Senator Josh Hawley

Aug 05, 2020

Senator Josh Hawley talks with American Compass executive director Oren Cass about the empty platitudes and hypocrisy of “woke capital” and why conservatives must work to prioritize the needs of workers and families in their economic policy agenda.

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Would Sectoral Bargaining Provide a Better Framework for American Labor Law?

Sep 14, 2020

Labor leader David Rolf and American Compass’s Oren Cass discuss the potential for sectoral bargaining in America.

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The Corporate Obligations Debate

& | Jul 08, 2020

Patrick Deneen and Andy Puzder debate the obligations of business.

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Q&A with Freelancers Union Founder Sara Horowitz

| Sep 15, 2020

Labor law has failed to evolve alongside a changing labor market. Some labor leaders have been moving ahead anyway.

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Q&A with MIT’s Zeynep Ton

| Aug 05, 2020

Good jobs benefit workers and boost corporate performance, so why aren’t there more of them?

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Government Of, By, and For the Elite

& | Oct 13, 2020

The authors of “Dignity” and “Hillbilly Elegy” reflect on Ruy Teixeira and Henry Olsen’s essays, describe the dynamics that lead to a politics disconnected from the economic and cultural mainstream, and identify possible glimmers of hope.

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Financialization in America

Sep 10, 2020

In this episode, Washington Free Beacon editor Aaron Sibarium and small business investor Sam Long discuss the financialization of American business culture and its impacts on our economy and society.

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Corporate Actual Responsibility, with Sen. Josh Hawley

Aug 12, 2020

Senator Josh Hawley talks with American Compass executive director Oren Cass about the empty platitudes and hypocrisy of “woke capital” and why conservatives must work to prioritize the needs of workers and families in their economic policy agenda.

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