There is no term which suggests more of good and of ill than the word loyalty. Every darkest page of history has been illumined in some spot by the exhibition of a splendid devotion to a high ideal, while even the fairest annals of the doings of men have been marred by superstitious adherence to some low, ignoble sense of obligation.
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