The Issues 2020 series applies the Manhattan Institute’s breadth and depth of expertise on major issues of national public policy to the key arguments and proposals of the 2020 presidential campaign. MI scholars identify where the central claims driving key debates reflect fundamental misunderstandings about what is happening in America. With succinct explanations of what the data show, they provide a much needed corrective and a solid foundation for political debates about the nation’s future.
Editor’s note: Issues 2020 series will release new issue briefs over the course of the 2020 campaign. Stay tuned for more in-depth analysis from our scholars.
Allison Schrager | September 29, 2020
Brian Riedl | February 25, 2020
Oren Cass | October 30, 2019
Brian Riedl | October 17, 2019
Oren Cass | June 25, 2019
Max Eden | January 28, 2020
Beth Akers | October 10, 2019
Max Eden | July 24, 2019
Chris Pope | August 1, 2019
Chris Pope | November 6, 2019
Rafael A. Mangual | September 18, 2019
Mark P. Mills | December 17, 2019
Michael Hendrix | January 8, 2020