Page 7: end of par. 1: Missing italics
(H. S. Ellis, German Monetary Theory 1905-1933 [Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1934]).
Page 48: par. 2: theoretical
Third, and probably most important, the real theoreticial work of the Austrian school had scarcely begun in 1883.
Page 179: par. 1: principles
But I venture to doubt whether he will find it necessary to modify in their essence, to add much to or to detract from, the few logical pinciples of Social Science I have set before you to-day.
Changed the layout of "Page 2" of the PDF around a little bit.
On many of the journals, I added a space between Journal # and the (year). Example:
“Uncertainty and Liquidity Preference.” Economica 4(August 1937):295-308.
Not too sure on a lot of the hyphens in this book, it seems to flip flop a lot, maybe there is some logic behind it. Here are a few examples:
"neoclassical" is used 11 times, "neo-classical" is used 66 times
"coordination" is used 10 times, "co-ordination" is used 7 times