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 edition of January ’58 was published in order to connote the importance of republic day, and why liberty is essential for India. M.A. Venkata Rao in, “1957: At Home and Abroad” highlighted the events of 1957, and covered national and worldly instances that need a revival of democratic and national integrity. Charles A. Willoughby in, “Western Strategic Blind Alley,” provided an analysis of the present scenario of the East-West cold war. Dr. K. N. Kini in, “Revolutionising Indian Life” emphasized the curative approach India needed in order to eliminate superstition to foster progress. In understanding what caused the division of the country in 1947, the article titled, “Malaviya was no coward nor a communist” highlighted this question. “Hindi Hysteria, “Panchashila” and the Indian Economy focused on the controversy of Hindi being associated with patriotism and further highlighted the language conflict. In another mention of “In the driftway,” Jay Kay highlighted how Nehru exhorted the business community from showing initiative and enterprise. V.N Rudin in, “The Split In The Kremlin?” highlighted the vulnerability of the Soviet system and the probable hastening of the disintegration of the Communist system. Op-eds from famous newspapers covered the stands on democracy. Important news headlines captured both nation and worldly stands in this issue and lastly, concluded with book reviews that addressed problems faced by the ideological stands.