“Some men find it simply unimaginable that other men would act upon the basis of anything other than self-interest.

“Some men find it simply unimaginable that other men would act upon the basis of anything other than self-interest. They might acknowledge that a few young men, idealistic and na-ve, would go off to some place like West Point and buy into that moral code which Douglas MacArthur so eloquently articulated in his Farewell Address to the U. S. Military Academy – -Duty, Honor, Country- – but certainly no grown man would. It is one of life-s great joys to enjoy the company and friendship of men who don-t become so jaded and sullied by living in this world. Chief Justice Moore is a man who has not become so jaded. One can only pity the man whose circle of friends and acquaintances only affirms the view of the cynic, the mocker, and the scoffer.”