Bill will speak about his new book Soft Corruption at the Hopewell Train Station on June 7 at 7:00pm. Sponsored by the Hopewell Library.
Diccon Hyatt of U.S.1 PrincetonInfo.com wrote an article on William Schluter and Soft Corruption. Read the full article here.
The author and former New Jersey state senator will be joined by Ingrid Reed, former director of the NJ Project at the Eagleton Institute to discuss his book, “Soft Corruption: How Unethical Conduct Undermines Good Government and What To Do About It.” In the book, Schluter recounts his 50-year fight to expose and reform acts of government misconduct in New Jersey and paints a vivid portrait of public servants who care more about political power and personal gain than the public good.
June 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Princeton Public Library
2nd floor – Newsroom
65 Witherspoon Street
The Hopewell Valley Republican Association held a spring breakfast at the Hopewell Valley Golf Club on April 22. This year they honored William for the various offices he held and his service to the communities with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Watch the interview with Michael Aron “On the Record” discussing “Soft Corruption” on NJTV:
Bill Schluter provided a fascinating account of the often invisible decisions that lead to ethical misconduct, highlighting his experiences and strategies in combating misconduct over a 40-year political career. The book talk took place at Eagleton Institute of Politics, 191 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick on March 7, 2017 at 3PM.
Rutgers University Press has signed an agreement with Bill Schluter for the publication of his book entitled: Soft Corruption: How Ethical Misconduct Undermines Good Government and What to do About It.
Publication date: February 2017.