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Nov 04

What the Next President Should Do to Confront the Administrative State

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?

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Christopher DeMuth
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

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David Azerrad, Ph.D. David Azerrad, Ph.D.

Director, B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics and AWC Family Foundation Fellow Read More