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 second April ’57 edition was published amid the time of debauching the then Indian Economy and featured several articles focusing on the road ahead. M.A. Venkata had focused on the commercial and industrial class being destroyed through excessive confiscatory taxation and construed on the stand falling against the democratic fundamentals in his article titled, “Agricultural Statesmanship.” Dr. K. N. Kini in the article titled, “Will U.S.A. risk a war with China?” emphasized on the possibility of a probable war between these two nations and its industries’ destruction to perpetrate a slowdown to India’s then industrial advancement. The article titled, “Pak Fifth-Columnists India” elicited about the hate stand Pakistan held against India and the presence of smuggled Pakistani nationals as a threat to India’s security. “Government Encouraged Black-Marketing” highlighted the distorted stand the government had taken to make the nation wealthier. J. K. Dhairyawan in “Democracy at Discount In Islamic Nations” had written about the Indian policy-makers fanaticism with western “imperialism” than with the undemocratic Muslim nations that were perpetrating to an isolated stand. The issue had covered several op-eds from famous newspapers that wrote on the then-current scenario of our nation. The issue further captured important news headlines that covered both nation and worldly stands. It concluded with book reviews specifically designed for readers at that time perceiving the economic stand hold.