Students need to be exposed to real life events that they will be confronted with as public managers. This book contains twenty in-depth case studies that describe and discuss actual events that presented ethical and other challenges in public management. Each case study is a true account of an event that took place in a village, town, township, or city with a population between 10,000 and 40,000 over the past 30 years. This text encourage the reader analyze the situations and behaviors presented, then reflect on how to deal with the circumstances. It will assist instructors and students in applying principles of ethical behavior to actual ethical challenges faced by public administrators. This useful text also includes discussion questions and analyses to test students' knowledge and critical thinking.