‘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. 9, No. 3) of this journal was published on May 1, 1961. The editorial covers Kripalani and Pandit Hridaynath questioning Defence minister’s dealings with promotion in Armed Forces, Communist tactics in Czechoslovakia, Russian pilots on the Indian border, congress and communism, the Communist Party of India’s extra-territorial loyalty, and the British socialists on nationalization. “The Open Society” by M.A. Venkata Rao suggests the AIR to have been a special preserve for Salazar and anti-Indian agents. “What is Communism?” by M.N. Tholal answers to what communism is and further talks about Mohammad Ali’s Nationalism, Nehru on Malaviyaji, and Gandhi’s Communalism. “Humanism In India” by Narsingh Narain talks about common sense and sympathy, and the weakness of mysticism. An article by H. Cutner explains the struggle for family, birth control and the Bradlaugh Trial. “Nuisance And Mr. Nehru” is the last article in this journal and the journal ends with book reviews and News & Views.