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Clarence B. Carson Of Rights and Responsibilities, by Clarence Carson

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Let Loyalty to God, Country, and Moral Integrity Comes First

Washington's Three Great Loyalties: God, Country, Personal Moral Integrity

Liberty Letters, George Washington

Though I prize as I ought the good opinion of my fellow citizens, yet, if I know myself, I would not seek or retain popularity at the expense of one social duty or moral virtue. While doing what my conscience informed me was right, as it respected my God, my country, and myself, I could despise all the party clamor and unjust censure, which must be expected from some, whose personal enmity might be occasioned by their hostility to the government . . . . And certain I am, whensoever I shall be convinced the good of my country requires my reputation to be put in risk, regard for my own fame will not come in competition with an object of so much magnitude.


Source: George Washington, Writings, 11:326


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