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 edition of November ’58 was published amid the time when democracy as an institution failed in Pakistan. M.N Tholal in, “Failure of democracy in Pakistan” highlighted the same. Following this, Varahamira highlighted, “In Midnight Coup,” the stand of Islam and Democracy not going together. “The Expected Happens In Pakistan,” focused on the same question and educed the foundations of Pakistan being the perpetrators of its destruction. The article, “The Pak Military Coup and its Implications,” covered the steps India needed to take in order to avoid further imbalance around. The edition provided an extract that emphasized the deletion of Article 370 of the Constitution and uniting Kashmir with India, thereby strengthening the democratic trends The totalitarian trends had been weakening the stands of education in India, something which Anthony Elenjimittam highlighted in, “Creative Education.” Principal Devaprasad Ghosh in, “Assam-Tripura-Pakistan Borders,” focused on the instances of national danger caused by Pakistani infiltration in the Assam Congress. Prof. G. N. Lawande laid an emphasis on a free competitive economy as being the only viable solution for then India, in, “In defense of Free economy.” the same author provided another glimpse of the foreign exchange crisis and the importance of private enterprises as its solution. The issue covered op-eds that imposed on various prevailing scenarios. The issue captured both nation and worldly stand news and concluded with book reviews on challenges in Asia.