‘The Indian Libertarian’ was a fortnightly journal, founded in 1954 by Indian liberal, Ranchhoddas Bhuvan Lotwala, and edited by his daughter Kusum R Lotwala. This edition (Vol. 7, No. 1) of this journal was published on April 1, 1959. The editorial covers the New USA-PAK Military Pact, borders affair in the East, Panchsheel, unanimous opposition of Berubari Transfer and a state of confusion in Tibet. “Building a New Party” by By M. A. Venkata Rao talks about a wide consensus for a new party, how socialism destroys democracy, the need for missionaries for democracy and the work of new leaders. “Utopian Measure” by By Prof. G. N. Lawande, M.A. discusses the Food Problem, its importance, Nagpur resolution, Utopian measure and ending with a suggestion that peasant farming is the only solution. “Public And Private Sectors” by Adib talks about the controversy between public and private sectors, how criticism led Nehru to come down heavily on the private sector and further calling India as a bastion of democracy. “Khrushchev’s Bogus Challenge” by William Henry Chamberlin talks about Soviet dictator Nikita Khrushchev challenging the United States to a legitimate peaceful competition as to which system provides better living conditions for the people who live under it, inedible plans & statistics, pre-revolutionary progress and at the end suggesting that Communism cannot give freedom to the people of Soviet Union. At the end, an article “Revolt in Central Africa” by T.L. Kantam talks about nationalism, racialism and detribalization in Central Africa. Additionally the article discusses the Central African Federation and its pros and cons, conflict between Sir Roy Welensky and Garfield Todd and the journal ends with News digest.