Monday, October 15, 2012

Comes The Dawn by Leonard E. Read

Status: Accepted onto Mises (01.11.13)

Update (01/11/13) (v.3): Officially posted on Mises Literature section

Original ISBN: 0-910614-57-1
eISBN: 978-1-61016-574-7

Fix Notes:

Other books missing indent on "¿Por Que No Ensayar la Libertad?"

Page 19: according

Indeed, unless they act acording to the word, they will continue digging ever deeper into the pocketbooks of their children [...]

Page 36: Changed '.' to ','

On the other hand. there is a small but growing minority of persons who are becoming more skilled, articulate, and ardent devotees of socialism’s opposite: [...]

Page 37: government

In the decades that followed, citizens did not turn to government for succor, for goverment was so limited that it had nothing on hand to dispense, nor did it then have the power to take from some and give to others.

Page 43: governments

No one can possibly name all the commandeering by our thousands of goverments.

Page 54: Left Single Quote changed to Right Single Quote (to match the rest of the book)

‘Tis a momentary idolatry, doubtless inspired by novel phrasings of his own ideas which excite him.

Page 60: politicians

Then, to implement their degraded schemes—political nightmares—those politicans cultivate an enormous bureaucracy of a like-minded ilk.

Page 88: Robinson (?) (Unchanged)

A Robinsoe Crusoe, of course, has no one to steal from.

Page 97: Broken left quotation mark

[...] with animal fats to make possible a ‘’simple” pencil?

Page 104: nazism (?) (Unchanged)

The latter has numerous contemporary labels: communism, Fabianism, fascism, naziism, and so on.

Page 139: Missing em dash '—' before Matthew

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