INDIA: Tea with an Ogre

When U. S. citizens wearied of St. Gandhi, prominent U. S. newsfolk stopped covering India's fight for freedom, but last week famed Karl H. von Wiegand, sagacious Hearstling, cabled: "I have just traveled through India from the extreme southern part to Bombay and Allahabad in the North, more than 1,500 miles. "Talks with members of almost every class of Indians quickly reveal that feeling—even hatred—against the British, is intensifying. The current is steadily running deeper. "British of long residence in India frankly admitted that they fear a big explosion sooner or later....

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