‘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. 10, No. 8) of this journal was published on July 15, 1962. The editorial covers Algeria’s main problem, linguistic chauvinism and the passing away of the two Congress stalwarts Dr. B.C. Roy and Babu Purshottamdas Tandon. The journal contains several articles and the very first article titled, “The Central Flow Of Congress Leadership” by M.A. Venkata Rao discusses how the National Integration Conference made no serious contribution to the problem of national integration and states that party politics did weigh too much with the participants. “Gandhi – Nehru Succession” by M.N. Tholal discusses Gandhi’s greatest achievement -the Poona Pact of 1932, talks about Satyagraha expert, and communist exploitation of the proletariat. “State Enterprises In India” by Dr. N. Das talks about the recent evolution of the public sector in the economy and polity of India. “Equalising Opportunities” by Wendal Bull talks about freedom balancing cheques, free access to land sites by all persons, revenue of public administration followed by the writer’s concluding remarks. “Two Octogenarian Giants Depart” discusses the uniqueness of Dr. B.C. Roy and Babu Purshottamdas Tandon and the leftist propaganda. The journal ends with book reviews and news and views.