For too long politicians have paid lip service to family values but have done very little to support the bedrock institution that undergirds society from the bottom up. On 10/14/20, The American Conservative, American Principles Project, and the Bruderhof hosted a virtual conference to explore the nature of the crisis in family formation, and present a winning policy agenda moving forward.

Speakers include:

  • Emile Doak, The American Conservative
  • Pastor Heinrich Arnold, The Bruderhof
  • Rod Dreher, The American Conservative
  • W. Bradford Wilcox, Institute for Family Studies
  • Ed Lawson, Family & Community Engagement Services
  • Sohrab Ahmari, New York Post
  • Marshall Kosloff, “The Realignment” podcast (moderator)
  • Jonathan Schweppe, American Principles Project
  • Samuel Hammond, Niskanen Center
  • Oren Cass, American Compass
  • Catherine Pakaluk, Catholic University
  • Arthur Bloom, The American Conservative (moderator)
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Oren Cass
Oren Cass is the executive director at American Compass.
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