Foreign News: Mystic

Rabindranath Tagore, Indian poet-philosopher, arrived in Milan to tell the Italians that Europe is troubled with a lack of love, that peace is something spiritual that grows in the heart and cannot be forced by command. At Turin his arrival was anticipated with much joy, but the hopeful Romani were bitterly disappointed ; for their municipal authorities (which of course means Premier Benito Mussolini) declared that Tagore's doctrines smacked unwholesomely of Communism.


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