POLICIES & PRINCIPLES: The Education of a Pandit

Said Jawaharlal Nehru: "Sometimes when there are no new experiences, time seems to stop." Then, in wry reference to his years in British jails, he added: "And I have had this experience of time stopping for months and years in my life."

Last week, India's Prime Minister had plenty of new experiences.

The Advantage of Detachment. During a hectic week in Manhattan, before he started on his flying trip across the country, Pandit Nehru got an official reception at New York's City Hall (which was being picketed by striking Sanitation Department workers), visited U.N., saw...

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