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Typed letter from Mahatma Gandhi , January 25, 1929 - page 1 of ? , English - SN 15148 Summary: The question of European tour is as undecided as before: I incline to Miss Peterson's view that I can deliver the message for more truly after India had become free. Let MacMillans know that I have no desire to make any profits even for my public or philanthropic activities.

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