How To Think About The Domestic Landscape
- America remains at a historic crossroads. Two-in-three believe the country is on the wrong track and a majority of Americans believes the next generation will be worse off than the current one.
- Our President and Congress must restore consistent economic growth if our country is to achieve widely distributed prosperity.
- Fiscal, monetary, regulatory, and trade policies must be designed to support the strongest possible real growth.
- The private sector must create incentives for innovation, entrepreneurship, and investment in physical and human capital to promote growth and improve living standards.
- Economic policy must be debated in every generation in order to prevent policy from becoming hostage to the short-term political purposes of various interests.