‘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. 6, No. 24) of this journal was published on March 1, 1959. The editorial covers firing on the borders of Assam & West Bengal, Russian Diplomacy & Iran and contains several articles addressing national and international issues. “Communism and Land Reforms” by M.A. Venkata Rao discusses a remarkable statement by Pandit Nehru addressing the Young Farmers’ Rally at Bangalore on February 4. “Red Star Over Iraq” by T.L.Kantam speaks about the tragic death of the King of Iraq, his uncle and Prime Minister Nanics Said. Further the article talks about Pan-Arabism,Iraq and Baghdad Pact. “Fiscal Policy & Economic Development” by Prof. G. N. Lawande, M.A. talks about proper fiscal policy, objects of a tax policy, third five year planning & its drawbacks and at the end suggesting that market economy is the only remedy. “Panch Stotra” by M.A. Sreenivasan covers the Presidential speech delivered at Bangalore, under the auspices of Forum of Free Enterprise. Additionally, there are a lot of articles in this journal such as “A Plea for a Better Understanding of the Welfare State by G. Jayachandran, “The Case for English as the Official Language of India” by S. Swaminathan, “The State of the Indian Economy” by A. Ranganathan, and the last article being “New Form of Ownership” by Sumant S. Bankeshwar. The journal ends with some news and reviews.