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"Robert Coles should be declared a national treasure."
-- The Washington Post Book World
"An important, illuminating book."
-- The New York Times Book Review, about The Moral Intelligence of Children
"Robert Coles . . . has told us more about the diverse and complex lives of children than any other scholar of his generation."
-- Alvin P. Sanoff, U.S. News & World Report, about The Spiritual Life of Children
"A timely, perhaps even timeless, summons to examine the question of moral example and rectitude."
-- Kirkus Reviews, about Lives of Moral Leadership
From the Hardcover edition.
|Preface to the Paperback Edition|
|Introduction: Stories of Moral Leadership|
|I||An Effective Moral Leader: Remembering Robert Kennedy||3|
|II||On Robert Kennedy and Shakespeare's Henry V||40|
|IV||Moral Integration: Four Stories||54|
|V||Eliciting the Assent of the Follower: Emerson's Representative Men||116|
|VI||Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin in Tandem: The Moral Leader of a Moral Leader||122|
|VII||Danilo Dolci, Community Organizer and Writer: The Leader as Loner||152|
|VIII||Handing Each Other Along: Moral Leadership in Everyday Life||166|
|IX||Dietrich Bonhoeffer: The Will and Moral Transcendence||198|
|X||The Bond Between Leaders and Followers: Erik Erikson, Gandhi, and Albert Jones, a Boston Bus Driver||204|
|XI||High and Low Places: Two Presidents and American Children||227|
Posted January 27, 2011
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