Fix Notes:Page 94: franc
As we shall later see, this was a very important factor in saving the French france from the complete collapse that the German mark went through.
Page 106: Participation
American Paricipation in Loan Conditioned on Immediate Gold Payments by Bank.
Page 116: assisted
[...] Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, asssisted and supported by an untrained and inexperienced man in Washington, [...]
Page 158: franc
French wholesale prices in May of 1926 were below the world level even if the france were put at 4¢, while with the franc at 3 1/2¢ French wholesale prices would have been far below the world gold level.
Page 159: In
Native French products (in French currency )
Page 186: were
The Federal Reserve authorities wese using measures which, on the basis of their past experience, [...]
Missing a period at the end of Footnote 1 (Potential Scan Error?)
Page 307: conflict
The New Deal is far too complex to be described in any simple terms, but the conflct between a liberal foreign trade policy and the policy of internal regimentation is one of the clues to much that follows.
Page 380 OR 381
Missing Footnote 1 (in text and bottom of the page), OR Footnote 2 and 3 on Page 381 should be changed to 1 and 2.
Footnote 1 in text and bottom of page should become Footnote 2
Page 428: bookkeeping
In cases where bookeeping was difficult to enforce
If a man bought $10,000 worth of stock, the rule required that he pay in cash $5500 and that he borrow only $4500. His margin was 55% of the cost of the stock, but it was 122% of the $4500 loan.
Table has an extra/empty column. Potentially meant to have an "Amer. Labor" column?
Footnote "1" is supposed to be Footnote 3.
Page 498: population
The estimate is that the growth of the poulation in the last half of the nineteenth century was “responsible” for perhaps 60% of the “capital formation” in the United States.
[...] individuals of $3000 and less, and over 80% of the total income of the country was received by individuals and families with incomes of $5000 and less.
Page 535: monopolies
[...] was greatly helped by the fact that its indirect taxes and its revenues from fiscal monoplies came in [...]
Page 554: with
He said that the trouble wtih the Nazi is that they do not have consciences.
Page 568: bureaucrats
[...] with red tape cut through, did a job which bureacrats could never do in peacetime.
Page 571: Government
[...] which characterized the relation of Goverment with business at the beginning of the war, [...]
Page 586: Criticisms
Criticisims of the Bank.
Index, under England, "equalization"
equilization account, 417;
"Poincare" should be changed to "Poincaré"
Changed the format of the table on page 447, 516.
Added Chapter numbers to the bookmarks
6: "Postwar Bom" -> Boom
14: "Frank" -> France
60: "Keynesy" -> Keynes
81: "British loan" -> Loan