INDIA: Delhi Dallying

Last month India's Chief Justice Sir Maurice Linford Gwyer declared invalid the emergency statute under which Mohandas K. Gandhi and 8,000 lesser All-India Congress leaders had been detained since last August. The Raj was unruffled. Technically the Viceroy accepted the judgment, but he refused to release edition of the newspaper Critica was suppressed for carrying an attack on Castillo and an appeal for speed in realizing hemisphere cooperation.

No Revolution. The suppression was typical of the principal contradiction besetting Argentina's new Government. Outwardly a revolution has occurred and a new foreign policy...

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