‘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. 4) of the journal was published on May 1, 1958 which starts with the letters to the editors. The editorial mentions Pakistani army massing in the border of Assamese State, Nehru’s confession in parliament, misreading of Islamic history and Nehru clarifying Dr. Graham’s proposals for the stationing of UN Forces along the borders of Kashmir. “The Punjab Cauldron” by M.A. Venkata Rao covers the sixth session of Bhartiya jan Sangh, challenge to Kairon Ministry through Hindi Raksha agitation launched by Arya Samajists. “Algeria-An International Problem” by T.L. Kantam discusses Algeria’s historical background. This edition includes the 4th series of “True Tales-Helen Keller” by Verus. “Noon’s ‘No-War’ Offer Followed By Massing Of . Troops On Assam Border” by Daneshmand asks if Pakistan has given up war-mindedness. “Free Economy vs Socialism” by Prof. G.N. Lawande talks about the creaven industrialists, how banks work in democratic countries, and suggest that the socio-economic policies of the Government is leading the nation towards national suicide. “A Sound Scientific Monetary System” by G.T. Olarenshaw talks about U.S. businessmen keen on helping India. Further, “Mr. Flat and Mr. Stale” mentions whatever Nehru says is always news but when he admits himself “flat and stale” it is world news. The journal ends several short articles on Pakistan receiving four times more aid than India from the U.S., Krishna Menon, Communists & Kerala, Fascist forces in Madras, balance sheet after Mundhra, Master Tara Singh wooing Sheikh Abdullah and book reviews.