The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man

how does johnsons flattery from the widow speak to the over arching theme of acceptance based upon ones usefulness rather than ones character?

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Well, I suppose the fact that the Widow has money and is hence "useful" speaks to society's acceptance of people despite what they are like and what they do.