Ulysses S. Grant about trust (“Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant”, 1885) - No one who knew him ever believed him capable of a dishonorable act, and nothing could be more dishonorable than to accept high rank and command in war and then betray the trust.
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No one who knew him ever believed him capable of a dishonorable act, and nothing could be more dishonorable than to accept high rank and command in war and then betray the trust.
 Ulysses S. GrantPersonal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant (1885). copy citation

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