Thanks to commenter "Sergei" on God of the Machine for requesting an EPUB of this book, and also supplying the scan of the original 1926 edition.
I have cleaned up some of the marks/dots from the PDF as well, and now the text backend matches the EPUB. On top of that, the PDF version is smaller (9.29 MB -> 5.05 MB).
Page 14: uncomfortable
Confronted by uncom-fortabe facts, it invariably tries to dispose of them by appeals to the highest sentiments of the human heart.
Page 23-24: confined
If Bryan had com-fined himself, in 1896, to the chase of the bugaboo of plutocracy, it is very probable that he would have been elected.
Page 83: accomplished (Changed... potentially spelled with one 'c' in 1926?)
It has substituted adultery for drunkenness as the principal divertissement at political conventions, but it has acomplished little else.
Page 117: common
Our laws are made, in the main, by men who have sold their honour for their jobs, and they are executed by men who put their jobs above justice and comon sense.
Page 203: aristocracy
It lacks all the essential characters of a true aristorcracy: a clean tradition, culture, public spirit, honesty, honour, courage—above all, courage.