INDIA: Devil People?

Sudden arrest, a fine of 1,000 rupees and a jail sentence of three months was the punishment, last week, of an Indian publisher and an Indian printer who dared to put forth at Calcutta last year a chunky, controversial book by a snowy-haired, upstanding Poughkeepsie clergyman. Publisher Ramananda Chatterjee and Printer Sajami Das were punished for "sedition." The sedition is supposed to lurk between the pages of the book, India in Bondage— Her Right to Freedom. Last week when Poughkeepsie reporters sought out the author, Dr. Jabez Thomas Sunderland, he was...

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