The fortnightly journal titled Indian Libertarian was founded in 1954 by Indian liberal, Ranchhoddas Bhuvan Lotwala, and edited by his daughter Kusum R Lotwala. The first May ’67 edition was published amid the time when the voters needed to realize the political situation of India in the late ’60s for the provision of the existence of federalism and democracy. A. Ranganathan in, “The Tamil Contribution To Indian Culture,” highlighted the significance of the Tamil culture in reflecting the spirit of a different landscape. M.N Tholal in the article, “ The Presidential election: Can Muslims be secular?” contrasted the separate identity of Muslims preferred to live with amidst the talks of secularising India. The article titled, “Parity with vengeance,” emphasized the scenarios taking place with the opposition parties during the presidential election. Herbert C. Roseman in, “The Economics ·of Scarcity,” stressed the existence of an institution not amounting to an expression of a society if the citizens live under coercion and constituted authority. Shrimati Tarkeshwari Sinha in the article, “Revalue the rupee,” accentuated the then Finance Minister’s contention of no further devaluation of the rupee for lessening the economic difficulties. In the following article, “A Review Of Devaluation· Of The Rupee,” Prof. M. R. Hazaray provided a statistical purview on the devaluation of the rupee from 1949 to 1966. The edition had also covered op-eds that orated the various scenarios in India in the 60s.