INDIA: Nehru v. Communists

From a lofty, flower-decked platform in New Delhi last week, India's Jawaharlal Nehru handed down a contemptuous rebuke to his own country's Communists. "Anti-India, antipeople, anti-progress," he called them, "dazzled by Russia and China, but ignorant of India. They are without moorings in the land of their birth. They are pledged to a policy of creating mental and physical conflicts. They indulge in a cult of disruption."

Nehru added: "When I visited China, I refused to be swept off my feet . . . Our achievements are as great and our methods are...

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