MR. ATTLEE was winding up for the Government in the Independence of India Bill. Appropriately, in the Empire Gallery there sat a dozen Indians. All day the public had been crowding the lobbies trying to gain admittance to the chamber, for they sensed the day as a historic one in their life as a people.
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