INDIA: Gandhi to America

In prose as informal as his loin cloth, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi last week asked the U.S. people to concern themselves with Indian independence. Writing to the India League of America, he said:

"I know that interested propaganda has filled your ears and eyes with distorted visions of the Congress position. I have been painted as a hypocrite and enemy of Britain under disguise. My demonstrable spirit of accommodation has been described as my inconsistency, proving me to be an utterly unreliable man. . . .

"You have made common cause with Great Britain. You cannot therefore disown responsibility for anything that her...

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