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Liz Truss, Supply-Side Crush
What a Post-Trump Republican Party Might Look Like
In Preparation for Power, America’s New Right Builds New Institutions

The Wall Street Journal‘s executive Washington editor Gerald Seib has been a fly on the wall of the Republican Party for the past 40 years. He joins NPR’s On Point to unspool the history that led up to President Trump’s election in 2016, and chart the course of the GOP into the future.

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Liz Truss, Supply-Side Crush

American Compass executive director Oren Cass discusses Liz Truss’s disastrous time as prime minister and the irrational response from supply-siders.

What a Post-Trump Republican Party Might Look Like

Ezra Klein interviews American Compass’s Oren Cass about challenging the right-wing economic orthodoxy and its quasi-religious veneration of markets, and focusing instead on clear social goals that put families first, eschew economic growth as the be-all-end-all of policymaking, and recognize the inescapability of government intervention in the economy.

In Preparation for Power, America’s New Right Builds New Institutions

In a profile of the new institutions springing up to influence the new right’s policy agenda, American Compass is described as “among the more sophisticated,” with proposals that have been “influential among lawmakers.”