INDIA: Mobs, Toddy, Scotch Bankers

Battles, riots and bloodshed broke through the tense surface of Indian affairs last week to show the world what depths the non-violent campaign of St. Gandhi for Indian independence is stirring (TIME, Jan. 6). At Karachi, busy modern seaport on the Arabian Sea, a mob of 10,000, yelling, waving flags, throwing stones, swept down on the courthouse where six non-violent followers of Mahatma Gandhi were on trial for violating the British salt laws. British police rifles fired volleys point-blank into the crowd before the yelling, rushing wave of rioters dispersed. One native...

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