The Catalyst | What Happens Now?

The Catalyst: A Journal of Ideas from the Bush Institut
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[image: George W. Bush Presidential Center] [image: After a contentious election, and the launch of a new administration, The Catalyst focuses on how to move the country forward Our lineup includes a range of contributors who address how to move beyond the current clash of values, make globalization work for more people, and grow the middle class. These are among the drivers of our animated national debates, and The Catalyst presents practical solutions for each of them.] The Catalyst A Journal of Ideas from the Bush Institute Read The Catalyst <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir The Catalyst | What Happens Now? After a contentious election, and the launch of a new administration, The Catalyst focuses on how to move the country forward. Our lineup includes a range of contributors who address how to move beyond the current clash of values, make globalization work for more people, and grow the middle class. These are among the drivers of our animated national debates, and The Catalyst presents practical solutions for each of them. In Defense of Differences, Localism, and Globalism | A Conversation with Arthur Brooks AEI’s President contends that conservatives should be conservatives and liberals should be liberals. Still, we should learn to respect each other. The social scientist likewise explains how engaging in the world does not prevent prosperity at home. Read full article [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir How to Climb Out of Our Bunkers | A Video Conversation with Michael Gerson The Washington Post columnist and former chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush discusses globalization, nationalism, and other roots of our current discontent. At the same time, he explains how bridging divides requires the work of both revitalized institutions and engaged citizens. Read full article [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir SUPPORTING WORKING PARENTS THRU GROWING THE MIDDLE CLASS | An Essay by Abby McCloskey The economist and political commentator describes the dramatic change in the nature of work and family. She also outlines policy changes that would benefit the modern family. Her proposals include labor laws and tax policies that stay abreast of the evolving American household. Read full article [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir TO MOVE FORWARD, LET’S NOT LOSE SIGHT OF THE CUSTOMER | An Essay by Kenneth Hersh The George W. Bush Presidential Center’s President and CEO explains why public officials first need to address their constituents’ priorities. He also examines the reasons for the 2016 presidential election’s outcome, while urging both parties to create big tents. Read full article [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir LEARNING TO HEAR THE OTHER | An Essay by Mike McCurry The former White House press secretary draws upon his new role as a public theology professor to detail how we can move past intense partisanship. Faith communities, he contends, especially can help us hear “the other.” The co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates believes genuine human relationships ultimately overpower division and mistrust. Read full article [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: George W. Bush Presidential Center] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir 2943 SMU Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75205 T. 214-200-4300 | E. xxx [image: Twitter] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Instagram] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Facebook] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Flickr] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: YouTube] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Email Preferences <forms.bushcenter.org/page.aspx | Privacy Policy <forms.bushcenter.org/page.aspx | Give Today <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
After a contentious election, and the launch of a new administration, The Catalyst focuses on how to move the country forward  Our lineup includes a range of contributors who address how to move beyond the current clash of values, make globalization work for more people, and grow the middle class. These are among the drivers of our animated national debates, and The Catalyst presents practical solutions for each of them.

 

The Catalyst

A Journal of Ideas from the Bush Institute

The Catalyst | What Happens Now?

After a contentious election, and the launch of a new administration, The Catalyst focuses on how to move the country forward.

Our lineup includes a range of contributors who address how to move beyond the current clash of values, make globalization work for more people, and grow the middle class. These are among the drivers of our animated national debates, and The Catalyst presents practical solutions for each of them.

In Defense of Differences, Localism, and Globalism | A Conversation with Arthur Brooks

AEI’s President contends that conservatives should be conservatives and liberals should be liberals. Still, we should learn to respect each other. The social scientist likewise explains how engaging in the world does not prevent prosperity at home.

How to Climb Out of Our Bunkers | A Video Conversation with Michael Gerson

The Washington Post columnist and former chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush discusses globalization, nationalism, and other roots of our current discontent. At the same time, he explains how bridging divides requires the work of both revitalized institutions and engaged citizens.

SUPPORTING WORKING PARENTS THRU GROWING THE MIDDLE CLASS | An Essay by Abby McCloskey

The economist and political commentator describes the dramatic change in the nature of work and family. She also outlines policy changes that would benefit the modern family. Her proposals include labor laws and tax policies that stay abreast of the evolving American household.

TO MOVE FORWARD, LET’S NOT LOSE SIGHT OF THE CUSTOMER | An Essay by Kenneth Hersh

The George W. Bush Presidential Center’s President and CEO explains why public officials first need to address their constituents’ priorities. He also examines the reasons for the 2016 presidential election’s outcome, while urging both parties to create big tents.

LEARNING TO HEAR THE OTHER | An Essay by Mike McCurry

The former White House press secretary draws upon his new role as a public theology professor to detail how we can move past intense partisanship. Faith communities, he contends, especially can help us hear “the other.” The co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates believes genuine human relationships ultimately overpower division and mistrust.

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