‘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. 6, No. 3) of the journal was published on April 15, 1958. The editorial covers the changes in the Arab world, world war third in sight, India’s border troubles with Pakistan and Dr. Radhakrishnan’s remarkable flair for diplomacy. The article “India And Islam” by Venkata Rao talks about Islam & Hinduism, the core of fanaticism, and India’s need for revolution of policies. ”Khrushchev Reaches The Pinnacle” by T.L. Kantam includes events in Soviet Russia since Stalin’s death and Malenkov becoming the undisputed leader of the party hierarchy. “India And The Middle East” by Sumant S. Bankeshwar talks about India’s relation with the Middle East and the election in Russia. “Abolish Caste By Legislation” by S. Ramanathan discusses the effects of casteism in the Five Year Plan. Further the Journal includes “What is Libertarianism?” which focuses on morals vs liberty, the rights of a man, and the hope of liberty. “The Personality Cult in India” by Lal includes Jinnah and nationalism. “Nehru Is Crying For The Moon” by Kishore Valicha talks about Swadeshi form of democracy, Bakshi Ghulam Mahomed’s question to Mridulla for Anti-Indian Propaganda, Pak-Portugal plot to commit sabotage in India, mutiny in the Pak Air Force, East Pakistan governor Fazlul Huq being sacked, Pakistan’s unique record-two government sworn in the same day, Pakistan’s first PM Liaquat Ali Khan’s murder file missing, Dahyabhai Patel quitting Congress, revolt in Azad Kashmir forces and Soviet farmer’s Exodus to cities. The journal ends with various book reviews, one of them being “The Fraud of Welfarist Schemes”.