Recovering the American Tradition of Economic Policy Share This

| May 05, 2020

NATIONAL REVIEW—American Compass’s Wells King and Oren Cass and American Affairs’ Julius Krein summarize their arguments from Rebooting the American System in this short adaptation.

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Coronavirus Exposes a G.O.P. Divide: Is the Market Always Supreme? Share This

May 05, 2020

THE NEW YORK TIMES—The NYT features American Compass as a new organization with plans to foster debates on economic issues dividing the right, accentuated by the present national crisis.

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Special Episode of The Editors: Rich Lowry and Oren Cass Share This

| May 04, 2020

NATIONAL REVIEW—Rich Lowry interviews Oren Cass about the launch of American Compass.

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Seven Questions For Oren Cass On The New Conservatism Share This

May 04, 2020

THE AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE—TAC’s Jordan Bloom interviews Oren Cass about the launch of American Compass and the future of American conservatism.

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Conservatism in the Crisis Share This

Apr 30, 2020

THE ECONOMIST—With delightful British spelling, The Economist reports on American Compass: “an impressive organisation” of the “dissident faction … led by some of the most interesting conservative thinkers” that rejects “market fundamentalism.”

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Coronavirus Means the Era of Big Government Is…Back Share This

Apr 26, 2020

WALL STREET JOURNAL—American Compass’s Oren Cass argues that “one lesson we can and should learn from all this is that you can’t just flip a switch on strong, effective government when you need it.”

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Rubio Raises Profile in Pandemic, Challenges GOP Economics Share This

Apr 23, 2020

ROLL CALL—Rubio’s essays and speeches on his idea of common-good capitalism draw heavily from his Catholicism and from the work of policy experts such as American Compass’s Oren Cass.

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Conversation with Oren Cass Share This

Apr 13, 2020

REAGANISM—American Compass’s Oren Cass joins the Ronald Reagan Institute’s Reaganism podcast to discuss his organization’s mission to save American conservatism from what he calls its “chronic case of market fundamentalism.”

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