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The new age of interventionism—the big state is back in business Share This

Jan 13, 2022

THE ECONOMIST—American Compass executive director Oren Cass joins the Money Talks podcast to discuss the growing embrace of industrial policy.

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A Young and Restless Conservatism Share This

Jan 12, 2022

LAW & LIBERTY—In an exploration of the New Right, Elayne Allen highlights the role of American Compass’s membership group in affording “real friendship, intellectual growth, cultivation of virtue, and merriment to participants.”

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Many countries are seeing a revival of industrial policy Share This

Jan 10, 2022

THE ECONOMIST—A special report on industrial policy and the relationship between business and the state cites American Compass executive director Oren Cass as one of the leading voices calling for a rethinking of industrial policy’s potential in the modern market.

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Can Free Trade Work for Everyone? Share This

Jan 10, 2022

THE NEW YORK TIMES—Peter Coy discusses the debate over free trade, highlighting Oren Cass’s rebuttal of Glenn Hubbard’s recent book.

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The Relationship Is the Richness Share This

| Jan 06, 2022

COMMENT MAGAZINE—Wells King on how efforts to turn relationships into capital makes everyone poorer.

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A battle for the GOP’s future is under way Share This

| Dec 22, 2021

FINANCIAL TIMES—Oren Cass makes the case that the Republicans must move beyond the dog-eared 1980s playbook of tax cuts and deregulation if they are to succeed.

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Woke capitalism is a smokescreen Share This

| Dec 19, 2021

THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS—American Compass research director Wells King argues that woke corporate activism attempts to launder self-interest through liberal ideology and to renege on actual obligations.

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What Are Public Schools For? Share This

| Dec 14, 2021

CITY JOURNAL—According to a new American Compass survey, parents have a different answer than activists and policymakers do, writes Oren Cass.

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