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Why Are Americans Choosing To Quit Their Jobs In Record Numbers?

The United States is seeing its highest “quit rate” since the government sta...

By 60 Minutes

Coming Apart in the Hoosier State

"The book captures the chaos of working-class America—from dropping out of sch...

By Aaron Renn

Conservatives Must Address America’s Housing Crisis

"Conservatives are well-positioned to empower families without promoting depende...

By Austin Stone

Julius Krein: What Happened to the American Economy & How to Fix It

Demetri Kofinas speaks with Julius Krein, the editor of American Affairs, about ...

By Demetri Kofinas

The Right’s Biggest Struggle Today Is Confronting What The Market Does To Communities

Conservatives know how to resist the bad ideas of the left. We are less sure how...

By Nathanael Blake

Tucker Investigates: What Is Destroying Rural America?

The influence of Wall Street hedge funds is slowly creeping into rural America. ...

By Fox News

Understanding Economic Nationalism

The free market of Goldman Sachs is not the free market of the lemonade stand....

By Darren J. Beattie

Dive Deeper

The GATT at 75: Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair

The GATT at 75: taking a hard look and challenging the prevailing narrative...

By Charles Benoit

Big Business and Conservatives Are Headed for Divorce

Big business can no longer take the support of conservative parties for granted....

By Adrian Wooldridge

Searching for Capitalism in the Wreckage of Globalization

Oren Cass on a journey to the center of the neoliberal dogma....

By Oren Cass

A Deglobalized World

Peter Zeihan offers a perspective on the effects of globalization, and the conse...

By Peter Zeihan on GEOPOP

Recovering The Humane Economy: A Symposium

Samuel Hammond, Helen Andrews, Daniel McCarthy, and Andy Smarick offer perspecti...

By Various

The Drug Epidemic Just Keeps Getting Worse

An overdose explosion in 2020, with high numbers continuing into last year, lead...

By Robert VerBruggen

The Modern Economy is Built on Addiction

‘Late capitalism’ seeks to exploit addictive behavior, writes Sam Leith....

By Sam Leith

Industrial Policy

Who’s Afraid of Industrial Policy?

"Government support of industry is in the American tradition," Michael Lind wrot...

By Michael Lind

Industrial Policy’s Comeback

Market fundamentalism has failed to improve economic and social conditions. Now,...

By Mariana Mazzucato, et al.

Inside Operation Warp Speed: A New Model for Industrial Policy

"OWS was a triumph of American industrial and innovation policy. It saved countl...

By David Adler

The Future of China’s Semiconductor Industry

"For the foreseeable future, the semiconductor industry will remain a critical s...

By Paul Triolo

America Needs An Industrial Policy

Arthur Herman, author of Freedom's Forge—a book that illustrates how American ...

By Arthur Herman

The Economic Foundations of Industrial Policy

Industrial policy is back on the national agenda. From Marco Rubio on the right ...

By Marc Fasteau and Ian Fletcher

America Can’t Even Produce the Things It Invented

The United States can bring manufacturing back — which will bring back good jo...

By David Adler and Dan Breznitz

Woke Capital

Corporate Actual Responsibility: A Conversation with Senator Josh Hawley

Senator Josh Hawley talks with American Compass executive director Oren Cass abo...

By The American Compass Podcast

The Rise of Corporate-State Tyranny

"In wealthy societies, a large part of the corporate elite does not see widespre...

By Joel Kotkin

Corporations That Undermine American Values Don’t Deserve GOP Support

"These hypocrites want to have it both ways: to coast off everything that makes ...

By Sen. Marco Rubio

Unions and Class Politics

Unions: New Allies With America First?

Steve Cortes makes the case that private-sector unions belong in the America Fir...

By Steve Cortes

Labor’s Conservative Heart

"Enthusiasm for a strong labor movement is anything but Marxist," writes Brian D...

By Brian Dijkema

The New Labor Crisis Is the Biggest Opportunity in a Generation

In a world economy that has seen labor's share of income drop for generations, t...

By Joel Kotkin

The Double Horseshoe Theory of Class Politics

According to elite neoliberalism, the US and Western Europe today are imperfect ...

By Michael Lind

Books

The Hungarian Way of Strategy

The Hungarian Way of Strategy is a riveting, tangible, and applicable read. Unli...

By Balázs Orbán

Freedom’s Forge: How American Business Produced Victory in World War II

Arthur Herman's case study on how American titans of industry worked in tandem w...

By Arthur Herman

The Once and Future Worker

In this book, Oren Cass proposes a series of conservative proposals to restore t...

By Oren Cass

The National System of Political Economy

Friedrich List draws on his time in the United States to craft a nationalist the...

By Friedrich List

Trade

The Great Eurasian Economic Realignment

Western sanctions may accelerate Russia’s economic integration with Asia, writ...

By Samo Burja

It’s Time to Transform the WTO

The international trading system as we know it is ending. Republicans can seize ...

By Nicholas Phillips

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