INDIA: The Time is Now

So serious were disturbances in India last week that General Sir Alan Hartley announced that it had been necessary "on five occasions to use airplanes to deal with mobs by machine-gun fire from the air."

In Delhi a tall Indian dressed in pajamas and supposedly representing the Viceroy paraded through the streets leading a string of donkeys, each of which bore a placard with the name of an Indian member of the Viceroy's Council. Man & asses were arrested, and the court debated whether animals as well as man had violated rules banning...

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