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 September ’59 edition was published amid the time when international communism was high on the rise and featured several articles that highlighted the Indian scenario back then. M.A Venkata Rao in, “Revival of The Muslim League,” highlighted the aspect of integral nationalism in pursuance of the Muslim League and the existent cry of religion being higher than democracy. M. N. Tholal in, “Fall of the House that Nehru Built,” highlighted the disregard of political principles by Gandhi and the failure of Nehru’s policy. A. Ranganathan in, “A Note on Mr. Frank Anthony’s resolution and Mr. Nehru’s reply,” hoped that the English language found a place in our constitution then. K. Kumara Sekhar in, “Congress behind the times,” emphasized the need for an atmosphere of new thoughts to foster India’s growth. H.V. Kamath in, “ China’s Secret· Plan for a Himalayan Federation” highlighted China’s policy plans for Asia and the thought of eliminating the West. R.S Yadava in, “Towards a new individuality,” focused on the consonance of familiarising individuals with new the social conditions around. Carl F. Oechsle in, “Major factors in American Economic Growth,” emphasized the past decisions for better cultivation of the future. A. D. Shroff in, “Socialism-Has it Become A Doctrine Of The Past?” focused on the people’s realization of the dissatisfying scenarios that were prevailing in Indian sectors. The issue had a continuing article by Ola Raknes in, “Orgonomic concept of health and its social consequences,” where the prevalent conflict of morales and biological foundation of health was focused upon. This edition had also covered several op-eds that orated the prevailing patterns of our nation. Lastly, the issue captured important news headlines covering both nation and worldly stands.