The first edition of this book emerged from the Kellogg Leadership Studies Project (KLSP), which was initiated by the Center for Political Leadership and Participation at the University of Maryland, College Park, and a special issue of the Business Ethics Quarterly. The essays by A1 Gini, Bob Solomon, and my essay [Leadership and the Problem of Bogus Empowerment] came out of the focus group that I convened for this project on ethics and leadership. These papers were initially published in a set of working papers by the KLSP. I am grateful to the Kellogg Foundation for its support of the KLSP. The articles by Edwin P. Hollander and Michael Keeley and my article, [Leadership Ethics: Mapping the Territory,] were first published in The Business Ethics Quarterly (Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1995). My thanks to David C. Smith, who edited this extraordinary issue on ethics and leadership.
There are three new additions to the collection. Terry L. Price's piece is from an article that he wrote for a special issue on ethics and leadership that I edited for The Leadership and Organization Development Journal (4/21/2000). I am grateful to the editor, Susan Cartwright, for giving me the opportunity to pull together the work of such talented scholars. The other new articles in this edition, by Bernard M. Bass and Paul Steidlmeier and by Bruce J. Avolio and Edwin E. Locke, are from The Leadership Quarterly.