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 ’61 edition was published amid the time when the Chinese Red armies occupied Indian territory in Ladakh. M. A. Venkata Rao in, “National Ideals And Social Forces,” highlighted the need for conscious directing of public attention for certain schemes for effectuating social forces in promoting national integration into statesmanship and leadership. M. N. Tholal in, “The Fat Is In The Fire,” narrated the instances of the fasts that were undertaken by the Sikh community for an apparent power struggle for achieving freedom. P. Kodanda Rao in the article titled, “Integration emphasized the importance of the minor national unification in India by the educated Indians as an attempt to forge national freedom. S. Ramanathan in, “Mrs. Kunjitham Guruswami,” narrated the tragic end for the first woman Educational Officer of the Corporation of Madras and composed a eulogy of sorts as a tribute to her. Walter Steinhardt in his article titled, “Thomas Jefferson,” focused on a brief biography of the 3rd President of the United States of America. Virgin Mclain in the article, “Gods And Dolls,” explained the abstract thought and beliefs people possessed on the existence of God and the hatred that prevailed among men. The piece, “Mr. Nehru Sets a New Example,” stressed on foreign affairs debate that took place in the Lok Sabha then and the unprecedented outcome of the debate. This edition captured important news headlines covering both national and worldly stands. Lastly, it concluded with letters to the editor.