That's the new tract by Glenn Hubbard and Peter Navarro; the subtitle is Why the Path to Economic Ruin Runs through Washington, And How to Reclaim American Prosperity.
Beyond the usual market-oriented prescriptions, the book defends a price floor for oil imports, price indexing of social security benefits, it is anti-fiscal stimulus, anti-easy money, for job training programs, and for health care it advocates eliminating the tax deduction, removing state-level barriers to competition, and malpractice reform. The authors also devote special attention to criticizing Chinese protectionism as a reason why American job growth hasn't been better.
I take Hubbard to be a (the?) future "kingmaker" for economic policy within the Republican party, with possible competition from Douglas Holtz-Eakin. If you wish to know where those debates and proposals are headed, this is the book to pick up.