For 18 years revolution has been in progress in India. Only Britain is impervious to its significance. But on the British government rests the responsibility as to whether it be a bloodless revolution -- or another war. Mrs. John Gunther speaks out bluntly, in the most impassioned plea for Indian independence that I have read. Its value is somewhat counterbalanced by its violence of denunciation of British misrule; and weakened by a flippant, smart-slecky style. But she presents cogent facts to support her thesis, in a loosely collected group of speeches and articles. She marshals the steps that would have to be taken if England is to accept a revolution in her outmoded foreign policy; she challenges America to back an independent India.