Writer Lauren McCauley, a staff writer for Common Dreams, reported it thusly:
""Pollin’s conclusion: this program works, handily.
"'All of his major proposals are grounded in solid economic reasoning and evidence,' Pollin says. 'Overall, the Sanders program is capable of raising living standards and reducing insecurity for working people and the poor, expanding higher educational opportunities, and reversing the decades-long trend toward rising inequality. ... It could bring Wall Street’s dominance under control and help prevent a repeat of the financial crisis. It will also strongly support investments in education, clean energy, and public infrastructure, generating millions of good jobs in the process.'"
Obviously, none of this would go down well with Republicans, but in a perfect world, Sanders would win the Oval Office and Democrats would take over the House and Senate (and Supreme Court). I don't expect all that to happen, but it is a sweet thought.