GREAT BRITAIN: The Crown: Jan. 11, 1937

Next in importance after the British Constitutional Question, now safely answered in the United Kingdom, is the Indian Constitutional Question—the question whether the Indian people accept and enter into the spirit of the new Constitution enacted in 1935 by the Mother of Parliaments and sent to them from London, together with a most able new Viceroy, the banker Marquess of Linlithgow (TIME, Oct. 12 et ante). Last week George VI, new King & Emperor, labored chiefly over reports from his Indian Empire.

Indians, apart from their groveling submission to princely rajas and...

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