Foreign News: Propogandhi

"I still believe it is possible for India to remain within the British Empire." This conservative phrase was uttered not by Lord Reading, Viceroy of India, nor by Ramsay MacDonald. The words are those of the "wonderworker" Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, now recuperating at the Poona mountain-rosort from the effects of confinement in Yeravda Prison for sedition.

According to Gandhi's son Devadas, the Mahatma lost eight of his 98 pounds in prison. This is attributed to his rule to eat only twice a day, at sunrise and sunset, and never more than five articles of...

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