Rethinking The Way We Help Families Share This

May 13, 2022

KSL NEWS RADIO—American Compass research director Wells King joins Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson to discuss pro-family policymaking.

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Can the expanded child tax credit come back from the dead? Share This

Apr 29, 2022

VOX—In a discussion of the potential for a permanent expanded Child Tax Credit, Rachel Cohen highlights American Compass research and Wells King’s analysis of the political environment.

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Is Common Good Capitalism The Answer? Share This

Apr 28, 2022

CAPITALISN’T—American Compass executive director Oren Cass joins Luigi Zingales and Bethany McLean to discuss common good capitalism, China’s relationship with the U.S., Big Labor, and more.

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Globalization and NASCAR changes: Two errors wrought by misguided elites Share This

Apr 23, 2022

NPR QUAD CITIES—American Compass’s Wells King joins Robin Johnson on the Heartland Politics show to discuss globalization and NASCAR.

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How the Decline of NASCAR Mirrors the Decline of American Communities Share This

| Apr 22, 2022

THE FEDERALIST RADIO HOUR—American Compass’s Wells King joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss his American Conservative cover story on the decline of NASCAR.

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Wells King Laments the Decline and Fall Of NASCAR Share This

Apr 21, 2022

CHICAGO’S MORNING ANSWER—American Compass research director Wells King joins Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson to discuss his essay on the decline of NASCAR.

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To Help Children, Democrats Are Going to Have to Reach Across the Aisle Share This

Apr 12, 2022

THE NEW YORK TIMES—The Niskanen Center’s Samuel Hammond discusses the potential for a bipartisan bill to support families with children, highlighting American Compass’s Fisc proposal.

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From Amazon to Starbucks, Workers Caught Between Big Business & Big Labor Need Support Share This

Apr 08, 2022

THE FEDERALIST—Emily Jashinsky features Wells King’s analysis of the Amazon union vote on Staten Island in a discussion of the difficulties facing workers organizing today.

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