‘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. 10) of the journal was published on July 15, 1957 and includes several articles. “National Crisis And The Way Out” by M.A. Venkata Rao claims India’s financial and economical as well as political condition to be too meagre and points out mistakes of Congress leadership. “Nehru–His Fancies And Fixations” by J.K. Dhairyawan features the failures of Nehru as a Prime Minister . “The Coming Revolt In Russia” by Eugene Lyons talks about the Hungarian experiences relevant to Soviet Russia. “Welfarism And Poverty” written by B.S. Sanyal talks about Poverty and the Causes of Asian Poverty further mentioning how Wellfarism creates Slavery and Poverty. “The Socialist Myth” by M.V. Balakrishna Rao targets Stalinism and the Marxian Myth. “Intellectual Ferment Behind the ‘Iron Curtain’’ ” by Jay Kay discusses the de-Stalinization wave in Soviet Russia and Mao Tse tung’s exhortation. “Communism–Not an Ideology but a Conspiracy” by Sumant S. Bankeshwar talks about Rejection of Marxism- a trend among students, how Pandit Nehru’s words and deeds encouraged C.P.I., and the Duty of Patriotic Indians. “Saint Abroad, Sinner At Home” by S.R.Narayan Iyer states PM Nehru’s speech on 16th May in Lok Sabha. “West Wooing Islamic Bloc, Danger India Ignores” states that intelligent criticism against the wrong policy of India always trying to back the Islamic nations was always dismissed by PM Nehru as “communal” or “reactionary”. The Journal concludes with book reviews.