Contribution to Book
The Challenge of Ethical Political LeadershipPhilosophy, Theology and Religious Studies Faculty Publications
Document TypeBook Chapter
AbstractWithout a solid ethical foundation to state governance, the process of developing and implementing sound public policy is weakened. In addition to the crisis of public confidence, which may turn voters away from politics in disgust, political scandals undermine the quality of the policymaking process. Connecticut needs watertight laws, vigorous oversight, independent voices, and an electoral process that does not pervert the information voters receive. The responsibility of citizens includes not only voting their consciences but pressing their representatives to put the electoral process and policymaking on a cleaner, more transparent foundation.
Citation InformationBrian Stiltner. "The Challenge of Ethical Political Leadership" (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/brian_stiltner/9/