Three months ago, Jonathan Kravis resigned from the U.S. Justice Department in protest, dismayed by the decision of Attorney General William Barr to overrule career prosecutors and recommend a shorter prison term for President Donald Trump’s longtime friend Roger Stone.

Since then, Kravis has described his decision to resign as the “most painful” of his career. Still, in a message to graduates of his alma mater, Williams College, he offered unsolicited career advice: “Consider government service.”

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