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 first edition of December ’58 was published amid the time when the Pakistan menace was still ongoing. In a continuing article from the last issue, Baburao Patel in, “Arise! Awake! And Stop not!” questioned India’s defense stand for the probable war eruption against Pakistan, and highlighted the angst India faced then. S. Ramanathan in, “This Business Of One-Party Rule” focused on the rising military dictatorship in India and the road that lies ahead. “In negotiating” with the Kremlin” Eugene Lyons emphasized Soviet Union’s menace in attaining the world’s faith in Russia. Philip Sprat highlighted the conflict for leadership in the world revolution between two communists countries in the article titled, “China versus Russia.” Prof. G. N. Lawande stressed the failure of the Rent Control Act in Bombay and emphasized the needed abolition of the Act. The article titled, “Deficit Financing And Economic Development” accentuated the causation of financial instability and immoral taxation through deficit financing and the need for policy reforms then. Sidney Lens in the next article titled, “ The Dulles Dilentma In The ·Middle East,” discussed the pros and cons of American foreign policy in the varied global stands taken then. Prof. Om Prakash Kahol in, “Chancellor Borsodi’s Peace Mission,” emphasized the importance and need for moral bias in education. Several op-eds highlighted stands on various prevailing scenarios. The issue further captured both nation and worldly stand news and concluded with book reviews on International dilemmas.