Outdated environmental regulation poses an irrational barrier to reshoring efforts.
PAIRAGRAPH—American Compass’s Oren Cass participates in a written debate with Duke University’s Michael Munger over the need for American industrial policy.
Professor Dan Drezner has been crudely criticizing Senator Josh Hawley’s New York Times op-ed on U.S. withdrawal from the WTO—treating it “the way one would treat an undergrad paper in global political economy,” awarding a C-minus, and offering the feedback that, “You can do better work than this, Josh. Put in the effort, do more […]
American Compass launched in early May to widespread media coverage and generous praise from politicians, scholars, and commentators.
Debates over family policy are centering on the idea that households should be “paid” for raising children. The latest salvo comes from the New York Times, which celebrates Mother’s Day with an essay by Kim Brooks entitled, “Forget Pancakes. Pay Mothers.” Gladden Pappin applauded it on Twitter as “such an important essay” and chided “pro-family […]
NATIONAL REVIEW—Rich Lowry interviews Oren Cass about the launch of American Compass.
Welcome to American Compass. Our mission is to restore an economic consensus that emphasizes the importance of family, community, and industry to the nation’s liberty and prosperity. Many of the most insightful and creative policymakers, researchers, and pundits on the American right-of-center, and some on the left-of-center as well, are dedicating tremendous intellectual energy toward […]
If we want the market to serve the needs of the American people, we must remove the blinders of market reductivism and recover the tools of economic policy.
MEDIUM—One of the nation’s leading opinion platforms cuts a two-minute attack ad against American Compass for prompting debate.
NATIONAL REVIEW—Today we are announcing the formation of American Compass, an organization dedicated to helping American conservatism recover from its chronic case of market fundamentalism.