Frank Anechiarico (Ph.D., Indiana), Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, studies constitutional law and public administration. He is the coauthor (with Eugene Lewis) of Urban America: Politics and Policy (2nd ed., 1983) and the author of "Suing the Philadelphia Police: The Case for an Institutional Approach," Law and Policy Quarterly (1984) and "Remembering Corruption: The Elusive Lessons of Scandal in New York City," Corruption and Reform (1990). Contributing editor of Corruption and Racketeering... The New York City Construction Industry, a report to the Governor from the New York State Organized Crime Task Force. He is co-author with Steven Lockwood of "The Responsibility of the Police Command for Street Level Action," Law and Policy (1991) and with James B. Jacobs of "The Continuing Saga of Municipal Reform," Urban Affairs Quarterly (1992), and "Visions of Corruption Control," Public Administration Review (1994). He was a research fellow of the Center for Research on Crime and Justice at New York University Law School during 1991-92. Anechiarico and Jacobs' book, The Pursuit of Absolute Integrity: How Corruption Control Makes Government is published by University of Chicago Press (October 1996). He has also published in Administration and Society.