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«(...) there was a loss of something even more important: a loss of connection to truthfulness. Steward was, despite his playful love of duplicity, a person for whom truth was of primary importance. Even if he had felt no shame about his homosexuality, Steward must at least have been shamed by his own dishonesty. And of course, Steward had no one to blame for this dishonesty but himself. He lived in a world where the truth about his sexuality was simply not acceptable, and so, when pressed, he had done the only thing he could do: he lied.»

- Justin Spring, SECRET HISTORIAN, THE LIFE AND TIMES OF SAMUEL STEWARD (FSG)