On January 20, 2017, our next President will swear an oath to preserve the Constitution and claim a mandate to implement the policies on which he campaigned. But in doing so, he will be confronted by a sprawling administrative state which for the most part exists outside the strictures of the Constitution and which is to a considerable degree insulated from his direct control. How can the next President regain control over a bureaucracy that is only ostensibly accountable to him? What role does Congress have to play in checking the headless fourth branch of government?
More About the Speakers
Distinguished Fellow, Hudson Institute
Michael Greve, Ph.D.
Professor of Law, George Mason University
Joseph Postell, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
David Azerrad, Ph.D.
Director, B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics and AWC Family Foundation Fellow