Freedom Forward Policy Handbook

Limiting Government, Empowering Families, Strengthening American Industry

A pro-growth, limited government handbook for reigniting America’s economic engine

Introduction to Freedom Forward

Introduction to Freedom Forward

BY DR. SAMUEL GREGG

American Institute for Economic Research

Tax Reforms to Strengthen America’s Industrial Base

Tax Reforms to Strengthen America’s Industrial Base

BY ERICA YORK, TAX FOUNDATION

Senior Economist and Research Director

Industrial Headwinds: Reducing the Burden of Regulations on US Manufacturers

Industrial Headwinds: Reducing the Burden of Regulations on US Manufacturers

BY DANIEL IKENSON, IKENOMICS CONSULTING

Founder and President

Liberating America: Overcoming Energy Scarcity and Inflation

Liberating America: Overcoming Energy Scarcity and Inflation

BY GRANT DEVER, FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH ON EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

Resident Fellow

Reforming Federal Surface Transportation Policy

Reforming Federal Surface Transportation Policy

BY MARC SCRIBNER, REASON FOUNDATION

Senior Transportation Analyst

Strengthening American Industry through Education and Workforce Deregulation

Strengthening American Industry through Education and Workforce Deregulation

BY LINDSEY M. BURKE, PHD, THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Director, Center for Education Policy

Originalism Promotes the Common Good

Originalism Promotes the Common Good

BY ILYA SHAPIRO, MANHATTAN INSTITUTE

HON. WILLIAM PRYOR, FEDERALIST SOCIETY

JOEL ALICEA, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, COLUMBUS SCHOOL OF LAW

Like Bees to Honey: Inviting All Lawmakers to Save Our Republic

Like Bees to Honey: Inviting All Lawmakers to Save Our Republic

Reflections from the Editor and a Club for Growth Foundation Fellow
BY MICHAEL THOMAS HAMILTON, GOOD COMMA EDITING

“Manufacturing matters. But industrial policy has failed and will continue to fail. It allows bureaucrats to favor specific industries, misallocating resources and forcing companies to invest in lobbying and political influence rather than jobs and productivity. It puts taxpayers on the hook for bad investments that cannot sustain themselves without continued bailouts or investments that would have happened anyway — often at cross purposes to other government policies or else for explicitly political purposes. Free-market reforms to taxes, regulation, energy, infrastructure, and education will reduce the size and scope of government and can supercharge American manufacturing, allowing business and industry to grow, return, and invest in the U.S.”

David McIntosh
President, Club for Growth Foundation

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