A Solution for India

August 1942
New Republic;8/17/42, Vol. 107 Issue 7, p191
Focuses on the traditional thinking of Great Britain, with reference to British liberal Stafford Cripps' speech on India. Reasons cited by Cripps for not withdrawing from India; Public criticism of Indian social reformer Mahatma Gandhi as a potential appeaser of Japan; Policy of the British bureaucrats; Importance of India to the United Nations global strategy; Relations between India and China; Imprisonment of Indian leaders by Great Britain; Conditions on which India would accept a compromise.


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