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Cass Sunstein
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    (September 21, 1954- )
    Born in Concord, Massachusetts
    President Barack Obama's 'regulatory czar'
    Taught law at the University of Chicago for 27 years
    Graduated from Harvard and Harvard Law Magna Cum Laude
    Author of over a dozen books, including Risk and Reason, The Second Bill of Rights and Nudge: Inspiring Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness
    He's a lawyer.
    He favors government regulation of the internet.
    He favors 'libertarian paternalism' and 'choice architecture': that is people like him should help less enlightened people like the rest of us make the right choices for their lives.
    He believes that animals should be entitled to attorneys and the federal government should regulate farms to ensure animal rights.
    The University of Chicago named a scholarship after his dog.
    He believes that people should be happy to pay taxes.
    He believes that the Bill of Rights should be retooled so that the government can force people to examine different ideas.
    He believes that unless a person explicitly rejects organ donation that the government should be able to harvest his or her organs even over the family's objections.
    He favors judicial minimalism, that is the courts, especially the Supreme Court should generally keep the scope of their decisions very narrowly focused.
    He has helped many countries, including Ukraine, Russia, South Africa and China, develop new constitutions.
    He was a clerk for Thurgood Marshall.
    He's really, really smart.
    He obviously has a tremendous work ethic.
    Literally everyone who knows him describes him as likable and fun to know and work with.

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