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Cass R. Sunstein is an American legal scholar, particularly in the fields of constitutional law, administrative law, environmental law, and law and behavioral economics, who currently is the Administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in the Obama administration. For 27 years, Sunstein taught at the University of Chicago Law School, where he continues to teach as the Harry Kalven Visiting Professor. Sunstein is currently Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where he is on leave while working in the Obama administration. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Sunstein: Distance from Barack Obama may be key in 2016
2014-06-30
Sunstein: Distance from Barack Obama may be key in 2016. Published: June 30, 2014 10:26 AM By CASS SUNSTEIN, Bloomberg View. U.S. President Barack Obama pauses as he makes a statement to the press on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 in Chicago, ...
(Newsday)
  1. Hillary Clinton's Real Challenge

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Poison Pill Hidden in the EPA Ruling
2014-06-24
To contact the writer of this article: Cass R. Sunstein at [email protected] To contact the editor responsible for this article: Mary Duenwald at [email protected] Cass R. Sunstein, the former administrator of the White House Office of ...
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  1. Sunstein: Supreme Court Hides Poison Pill in Its EPA Ruling

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Supreme Court splits 5-4
2014-06-16
(Cass R. Sunstein, the former administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, is a professor at Harvard Law School and a Bloomberg View columnist.) Copyright © 2014, The Morning Call. mc-supreme-court-split-web-20140616.
(Allentown Morning Call)
  1. Column: Why the Supreme Court Will Always Split 5-4

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Cass Sunstein: Federal officials have a right to procrastinate
2014-06-10
Cass Sunstein: Federal officials have a right to procrastinate. Saved. Save Article; My Saved Items · Print Email. 2014-06-10T00:00:00Z Cass Sunstein: Federal officials have a right to procrastinateBy Cass R. Sunstein Bloomberg News Arizona Daily Star.
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  1. Sunstein: The government is allowed to procrastinate
  2. The Official Right to Procrastinate

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You might find yourself agreeing with Cass Sunstein on this point on the ...
2014-06-03
While Sunstein focuses on recent arguments by the Left in favor of amending the Constitution, from Nancy Pelosi on campaign finance regulation to Justice John Paul Stevens on any number of areas – intentionally or unintentionally ignoring the movement ...
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  1. Cass R. Sunstein: Now who wants to change the US Constitution?
  2. Sunstein: Secret switch on US Constitution

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Another View -- Cass R. Sunstein: How easy is it to indoctrinate students? Easy
2014-05-20
Suppose that an authoritarian government decides to embark on a program of curricular reform, with the explicit goal of indoctrinating the nation's high school students. Suppose that it wants to change the curriculum to teach students that their ...
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  1. How easy is it to indoctrinate students? Very easy
  2. How easy is it to indoctrinate students? Easy

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Sunstein: How easy is it to indoctrinate students? Easy
2014-05-20
Suppose that an authoritarian government decides to embark on a program of curricular reform, with the explicit goal of indoctrinating the nation's high school students. Suppose that it wants to change the curriculum to teach students that their ...
(Salt Lake Tribune)

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    Why worry about inequality?
    2014-05-13
    ... and independence for all. By Cass R. Sunstein Cass R. Sunstein, the former administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, is the Robert Walmsley university professor at Harvard Law School and a Bloomberg View columnist.
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    1. Sunstein: Why is inequality so bad?
    2. Security over equality
    3. Piketty, Rawls' Difference Principle And The Inequality Most People Actually ...

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    Why I don't tell reporters everything I know: Cass Sunstein
    2014-05-09
    By Cass R. Sunstein. The White House Correspondents' Association dinner, which I attended last Saturday night, is an astonishing spectacle — a unique combination of journalists, government officials and celebrities. Amid the laughter and the ...
    (The Oregonian)
    1. Sunstein: Why gov't officials don't tell journalists what they want to know
    2. Why I don't tell reporters everything I know

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