JACOBIN—Socialists express their concern that a conservative pitch to the working-class will succeed, “especially when Democrats continue to abandon unions and the working class.”
EVENT—American Compass’s research director Wells King shares key insights from the “Moving the Chains” policy symposium on the inaugural panel for the Industry Studies Association’s new webinar series.
Trump Threw Stimulus Checks Back into Play and Called for a Large Economic Aid Package — But Republicans Still Aren’t Backing More Spending Share This
BUSINESS INSIDER—American Compass’s Oren Cass comments on the conceptual tensions underlying Congress’s standoff on COVID-19 economic relief packages.
THE WASHINGTON POST—American Compass’s Oren Cass criticizes corporate decisionmaking’s disconnect from corporate obligation in Christopher Ingraham’s review of a recent economic report.
The Vanishing American Dream: The Economic Realities Facing Middle- and Lower-Income Americans Share This
EVENT—American Compass’s Oren Cass participated in a symposium on “The Vanishing American Dream,” as part of the Brookings Institution’s Future of the Middle Class Initiative, discussing the political roots of economic issues facing lower- and middle-income Americans.
WORKRISE—American Compass’s Oren Cass talks with WorkRise’s Elisabeth Jacobs about the current economic crisis, the ways society has come to devalue certain kinds of labor, and the need for alternative pathways to the workforce.
THE REALIGNMENT—American Compass’s Oren Cass joins The Realignment to discuss how the GOP can reconcile with organized labor and how the left and right should rethink their approach to economics.
NATIONAL REVIEW—Robert Verbruggen comments on the labor reforms suggested in American Compass’s “Conservatives Should Ensure Workers a Seat at the Table” statement.