INDIA: New Leader

The British call him C. R. because their tongues go all sticky over foreign names, especially foreign names like Chakravarti Rajagopalachariar.

C. R. emerged last week as probably the third most important man in Hindu India, after Mohandas Gandhi, former leader, and Jawaharlal Nehru, present leader of the Indian National Congress party. In fact, C. R. is the man responsible for Gandhi's no longer being leader of the Congress.

One of Gandhi's most intimate advisers, C. R. followed that holy man for many years on noncooperation, abolition of untouchability, hand-spinning, temperance, etc....

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