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Previewing a Potential Republican Congress

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Democrats have controlled Congress and the White House – but with midterm elections looming in November and the possibility that Republicans gain majorities in the House and Senate, what does split party control mean for economic policy, inflation, trade, and competitiveness? In this series we sit down with leading conservative voices to explore bipartisan opportunities on what to expect if Republicans take control in the next Congress.

A Conversation with Yuval Levin

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In the kick-off conversation with Yuval Levin, senior fellow at Beth and Ravenel Curry Chair in Public Policy, director of social, cultural, and constitutional studies, and editor in chief of National Affairs, of our ‘Previewing a Potential Republican Congress’ series we explored what split-party control means for governing, if there is a greater appetite for bipartisanship if Republicans take one or both chambers, what the key issues are conservative voters want front and center, and more.

A Conversation with AEI's Tim Carney

In the second conversation of our series with Tim Carney, senior fellow with AEI, we explore what bipartisan opportunities exist and what we can expect if Republicans take control in the next Congress.

A Conversation with Doug Holtz-Eakin

Former CBO Director and President of American Action Forum, Doug Holtz-Eakin, discusses bipartisan opportunities on economic policy, inflation, trade, and competitiveness if Republicans win majorities in the next Congress.

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