„We have come to a point where it is loyalty to resist, and treason to submit.“

—  Carl Schurz, "State Rights and Byron Paine," Albany Hall, Milwaukee, (23 March 1859)
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—  Махатма Ганди pre-eminent leader of Indian nationalism during British-ruled India 1869 - 1948
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„Loyalty is not a small thing. I'm an old Irish pol. No loyalty is owed, if no loyalty was given.“

—  Mike Murphy (political consultant) American political consultant 1962
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„“Very well. I do not wish to initiate a political discussion. I care only for loyalty.”
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—  Adam Roberts British writer known for speculative fiction and parody novels; literature and writing academic 1965
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„True loyalty between individuals is possible only in a loose and relatively free society.“

—  Eric Hoffer American philosopher 1902 - 1983
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„He did not say a monument to what, but he meant, I am sure, to leave it as a monument to the loyalty of our soldiers, who would bear all the horrors of Libby sooner than desert their flag and cause.“

—  David Dixon Porter United States Navy admiral 1813 - 1891
Context: He did not say a monument to what, but he meant, I am sure, to leave it as a monument to the loyalty of our soldiers, who would bear all the horrors of Libby sooner than desert their flag and cause. We struggled on, the great crowd preceding us, and an equally dense crowd of blacks following on behind all so packed together that some of them frequently sang out in pain. p. 296

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