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Sunday Best: An acceptable amount of power
Another lesson in how to serve a more powerful man.

Hi! I’m Jennifer Brown, and I’ll occasionally be writing Sunday Best from now on. Lucky you.

I’ve been thinking this week about whether a female vice president really is that big of a deal. The response seems obvious: After all, the despair of seeing man after man after man take the top spot never gets old. (And I’m not even American.) Having a woman in at No. 2 would at least offer some consolation. More visibility in positions of power can change people’s expectations of what is possible — as a question Gail Collins’s niece asked her sweetly shows. But reading Kate Manne’s Op-Ed on the vice presidency this week made me think more deeply about Joe Biden’s largely symbolic move. There’s a reason America is willing to accept a woman in that role, she says: It still demands deference to a man.

— Jennifer Brown


John Lewis: Together, You Can Redeem the Soul of Our Nation

David Deal/Redux

“While my time here has now come to an end, I want you to know that in the last days and hours of my life you inspired me,” John Lewis wrote in his final words for the nation.

A Friendship, a Pandemic and a Death Beside the Highway

Mohammad Saiyub at the grave of his friend Amrit Kumar, in the village where they grew up.Vivek Singh for The New York Times

Amrit Kumar was only 25 years old when the coronavirus struck India and forced him out of work. Penniless, he set out on an epic journey home with his childhood friend, Mohammad Saiyub. Only one of them survived.


Have You Considered the Benefits of Crying?

Noemie Nakai

It’s OK to cry, but some grown-ups need a little encouragement. That’s where Hidefumi Yoshida, a self-described tears teacher, comes in.

We Lost the Battle for the Republican Party’s Soul Long Ago

Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

“I spent decades working to elect Republicans, including Mr. Romney and four other presidential candidates, and I am here to bear reluctant witness that Mr. Trump didn’t hijack the Republican Party,” wrote Stuart Stevens, a Republican political consultant.


He Was One of the Greatest. But He Died in Obscurity.

Illustration by Mark Harris; photographs by The John Donaldson Network

You probably haven’t heard of John Donaldson, and that’s no coincidence. “The ability of John Donaldson to have a lasting legacy was systematically eliminated by both baseball and the society he lived through.”

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