‘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. 7, No. 19) of this journal was published on November 1, 1959. The editorial covers Indo-Pakistan detente, Congress Muslim League entente in Kerala, Iraq being in trouble, setback to Nasser in regard to Algeria, India’s shame at The UNO, The sophistry of Nehru and Menon, CPI joining Chinese 1 October celebrations, and Nehru’s take on China. The journal has several articles. “Communism and trade Unions” by M.A. Venkata Rao talks about Russia lying that their workers had the right to strike. An article by M.N. Tholal suggests that Communism is much worse than Communalism and Nehru being an apt disciple of Gandhi. “Democracy in India” by A. Ranganathan takes examples of B.R. Ambedkar, Rajaji, Munshi and several others discussed the political status of India. “Red Offensive In Asia” by Sharokh Sabavala talks about the Communist incursions and ”big freeze” and encourages the slogan “Hindi Chini Bye-Bye!”. “U.S. Policy and Communist Vulnerability” By Bertram D. Wolfe discusses Marxism and the Prophecies, Industrial Society and Polarization and Depolarization. “The Catholic Church And Rationalism” by S. Ramanathan suggests that free thought and religious fanaticism cannot co-exist. “Gods of the World Unite” by S. Ramanathan talks about the Catholic church and rationalism, the origin of Priesthood, a definition of God, the growing supremacy of politics over economics and ideas on liberty. “Communist Tactics in India” by John Ridley talks about the political dark horse, sources of unrest and divided Kerala. “We’re Neutral–Between India And China !” discusses PSP’s perspicacity and how Tory’s victory dragged Nehru down. The journal ends with book reviews and News Digest.