This book is officially on Mises.org: https://www.mises.org/document/4621/Fabian-Freeway-High-Road-to-Socialism-in-the-USA-Digital-Book
The PDF version of this book has badly marked pages:
125-137, 139-144, 148-153, 156-158, 160-164, 165-172, 173-175, 501, 503-513, 514-515, 531-535
I put in a request to the Mises Institute for scans of the new pages. There is not much demand for this book, and there is not much money for the payment of a new scan.
Also attached is a rough draft of the PDF version. I cleaned up a few of the easier scanning artifacts manually, and it does have a better OCR backend than the original. (24 MB compared to the original 40 MB) New scans of those badly marked pages should bring the size way down.
Edit (01/10/2013): Thanks to progressingamerica's work on his conversion of the book to HTML (linked below). I did an in depth comparison between my version and his, which also allowed me to also catch many more errors, and implement all of the badly marked pages into the EPUB.
Metadata: Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 66-28199
EPUB: Dead (See Mediafire Post)
PDF: Dead (See Mediafire Post)
Page 187: benefiting
and to benefitting unostentatiously from his private investments and an ample income derived from syndication of his column.
Page 212: benefited
[...] manager of the International Oxygen Company, which had benefitted from wartime contracts, [...]
Page 246: into (scan error?)
A hundred and seventy years ago the welfare state concept was translated nto the basic law of this land by the founders of the republic [...]
Page 361: centralized
[...] more centrallized control, as a result of Federal aid to states and municipalities; [...]
Page 366: right quotation -> left quotation
”Secretary’s Report (September, 1961-July, 1963)
Page 268: envisioned
[...] Rostow explained that the species of world-wide New Deal envisoned for underdeveloped countries will not wholly eliminate private business.
Page 421: Uruguay
They visited the following countries: Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Urguay, Brazil, where they met leading representatives of the Socialist and Popular Parties.”
Page 423: Footnotes 33 and 34 need to be swapped