Monday, December 29, 2014

Cass Sunstein in Harvard Magazine

Harvard Magazine has a nice long article about Cass Sunstein, who, when he's not thinking about choice architecture and nudges, also thinks about the Constitution: The Legal Olympian. Cass Sunstein and the modern regulatory state

"A central part of his argument is that debate about the Constitution’s meaning should expand to legislative, regulatory, and other democratic bodies, because “court-centeredness is a continuing problem for constitutional thought in the United States. It has helped to weaken the sense of responsibility of other officials and indeed ordinary citizens….”"

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