‘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. 5, No. 23) of the journal was published on February 15, 1958. The editorial has several articles and the very first series of “True Tales- Andrew Carnegie” by Verus. “Non-Violent Communism” by Ven covers Congress president Dhebar’s take on the Gramdan Conference. “Heaviest Taxation In The World” by Prof. R.J. Taraporevala talks about direct and indirect taxes and effects of taxation with conclusion and recommendations. “A Plan Without A Plan” by Vivek covers the failures of the Government and Nehru’s good politics but bad planning. “Our Relations With Pakistan” by K.D. Valicha explains the factors that Pakistan relied upon and the problem of Exodus from East Pakistan. “A Story Of A Neglected Freedom Fighter Of India” by J. Mazumdar talks about Shri M.P. Acharyya and negotiations with Afghanistan. This edition of journal covers Islam and Western civilization and the conflicts entering the Islamic world. “India as A Taxless Magnet” by G.T. Olarenshaw talks about the purpose of taxation and flight of Chinese farmers to cities. “Welcome Deviation From Appeasement” by Jay Kay covers Mr. Krishna Menon’s direct utterances of Sheikh Abdullah. “Where Stands Jan Singh Today” by M.A. Venkata Rao covers the dichotomy between the Right and the Left. Further the journal discusses the evils of totalitarianism and the basis of Free Economy.