Composed by nine of his former students on the occasion of the Miller Center's tenth anniversary, these essays commemorate Dr. Kenneth W. Thompson's educational leadership and support. It is fitting that the contributors to this volume have chosen to present Dr. Thompson with a collection of essays devoted to moral reasoning and statecraft. As teacher and scholar, Dr. Thompson returns time and time again to explore the moral resources of statecraft and to probe the normative foundations of political choice. Contributors to this volume are Reed Davis, Alberto R. Coll, Farhang Rajaee, W. David Clinton, Daniel G. Lang, Nicolai N. Petro, Robert A. Strong, Ian Graig, Gale A. Mattox and Brian E. Klunk. Includes a complete bibliography of Dr. Thompson's writings. Co-published with the Miller Center of Public Affairs.