INDIA: Great Mystic: Great Viceroy

When St. Gandhi entered New Delhi to do verbal battle with Viceroy Baron Irwin (TIME, March 2) at least 80,000 Indians mobbed him with acclaim. Affectionate pressure stove in a window of the Mahatma's automobile, showered his blanket with splintered glass. But last week the skinny little champion managed to leave New Delhi amid a demonstration twice as orderly, half as large. He had only signed a truce.

Terms. Great Britain's major concessions to Indian Nationalism were made indirectly at the Indian Round Table Conference in London (TIME, Nov. 24, et seq.),...

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