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Wall Street Journal readers know that Eric Felten is incisive whether this free-ranging columnist is writing about the public humiliation tactics of college fund-raisers or the bizarre extremities of text etiquette. Loyalty isn't a dry, abstract treatise; true to its subtitle, it wrestles with the knotty complexities of being loyal in modern society. Its implications, of course, are vast, whether we think of loyalty as national allegiance or steadfastness and devotion to your corporate community or extended family. Brimming with stories and examples that never before crossed your cranium, this exploration will likely reopen a topic you foolishly thought closed.