COMMENT—American Compass policy director Chris Griswold explores the relationship between worker power and the roots of civic friendship.
Social media’s unseemly interest in children, and legislators’ hesitance to confront it, resembles nothing quite so much as the dynamic surrounding the child labor practices of the 19th century. In the late 1800s, new technology emerging from the Industrial Revolution offered commercial interests a new opportunity to monetize childhood—and those commercial interests took it. At […]
For noncollege pathways to be viable, policymakers must reduce employers’ needless demand for college degrees.
NATIONAL AFFAIRS—American Compass policy director explores policy options to protect children online with the same vigor that we protect them in the real world.
NEWSWEEK—American Compass policy director Chris Griswold discusses recent pro-labor policy developments on the right-of-center and opportunities for further labor reform.
THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS—American Compass policy director Chris Griswold discusses the “blue-collar blueprint” for infrastructure and how DC politicos fail to listen to their actual blue-collar voters.
A proposal for improving labor-management relations in the workplace and in the boardroom
THE HILL—American Compass policy director Chris Griswold makes the case for a financial transaction tax in the United States.