For the past twenty years I have taught a course here at Hillsdale College on leadership. The course, Readings in Leadership, Power, and Responsibility, uses great works of literature and history to view and analyze leadership: Leadership big and small, good and evil, effective and poor. Students brought much to the experience including their intelligent, inquiring minds, humor, determination, kindness, and good will. In one sense, we have been a community of learners in which my wife, Jackie, and I have been privileged to labor for decades. Students had their roles and we had ours. Student and teacher: those were the boundaries within which we and they did our jobs.