The fortnightly journal titled Indian Libertarian was founded in 1954 by Indian liberal, Ranchhoddas Bhuvan Lotwala, and edited by his daughter Kusum R Lotwala. The second April ’60 edition was published amid the time of the race war taking place in Africa then and covered several articles that accentuated the Indian position back then. M.A. Venkata Rao in, “ Prospects before the Swatantra Party,” highlighted the vision of the Party’s policy of individual freedom as the causation of being a leading opposition party then. M.N Tholalin, “Afro-Asian Solidarity,” emphasized the existent fundamental differences and the need for unity to prevail among the states then. Leszek. Kolakowski in the article titled, “ What is Socialism,” contrasted the transformation socialism underwent to something different than its original-ideal stand. Prof. G. N. Lawande in the article, “Why a free economy,” focused on competitive systems as the democracy’s bulwark and why India needed such a system then. A. Ranganathan in the piece titled, “Cultural freedom since Independence,” opined on the decline of the cultural and liberal values and the needed restoration of their original stands. This edition had also covered several op-eds that orated the prevailing Indian and global scenarios then. And further went on to capture important news headlines covering both nation and worldly stands. Lastly, it concluded with book reviews on the revolt in Tibet.