Commentary on developments in private finance and the Coin-Flip Capitalism debate as of Q3 2020
DAILY CALLER—American Compass’s Wells King outlines the proposals from the “Moving the Chains” reshoring policy symposium.
Grant Kettering’s critique of Coin-Flip Capitalism defends private finance as “a major competitive advantage and source of comprehensive national power.” In his view: In alliance with other sectors such as government- and academically-funded scientific research institutions, private funds have served effectively as tutors to companies pursuing American innovation in absolutely foundational areas such as semiconductors […]
An overview of the hedge fund, private equity, and venture capital industries and the implications of their recent performance.
DAILY CALLER—American Compass’s Wells King outlines his arguments from his essay on “Rediscovering a Genuine American System” in this adaption.
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.
From the Founding to the Cold War, America’s leading statesmen and political economists understood the importance of a robust national economic policy.
FIRST THINGS—American Compass’s Wells King reviews Michael Strain’s new book The American Dream Is Not Dead (But Populism Could Kill It).
NATIONAL REVIEW—American Compass’s Wells King discussed his views on public policy and the goals of American Compass with National Review’s Daniel Tenreiro.