Bruce Ackerman is Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science, Yale University, and the author or coauthor of more than fifteen books on political philosophy, constitutional law, and public policy, including "Social Justice in the Liberal State, The Stakeholder Society, "and" Deliberation Day," all published by Yale University Press.
Ian Ayres, an econometrician and lawyer, is the William K. Townsend Professor at Yale Law School, and a professor at Yale's School of Management. He is a regular commentator on public radio's "Marketplace "and a columnist for" Forbes "magazine. He is currently the editor of the "Journal of Law, Economics and Organization," and has written eight books and more than a hundred articles.
"From the Hardcover edition.
The Republican Dream Team of 2016 provides critical information about the background, experience, and viewpoints of Republican candidates on the issues that matter most to voters. It identifies what is really important to the electorate as conservatives and moderates prepare to vote in the 2016 primaries.
The Republican Dream Team of 2016 promotes and validates with research the concept of all Republican candidates running together as a comprehensive ticket to win the general election. After Republican voters select their presidential candidate through the primary process, which of the remaining candidates should be placed in the position of vice president and the fifteen cabinet posts? Can you create the unbeatable Dream Team to win the general election?
This book focuses on how candidates can build a consensus platform for reform—instead of beating each other up. By combining their efforts, the Dream Team will develop a compelling plan to attack political gridlock in Washington DC—ensuring that the much-needed transformation of the federal government can begin on January 21, 2017.