Thursday, November 14, 2013

After Seven Years by Raymond Moley

Status: One Round of QC (11.14.2013)


Fix Notes:

Page 9: par. 5: Wrong quotation mark

They rose up, willy-nilly, out of a sea of feelings, senses, ”hunches,” to confront, grapple with, and finally take possession of me.

Page 207: par. 0: wonderful

Peace—it was wonderfull Prosperity—it was going to be negotiated at London in June.

Page 223: par. 1: Ambassador

(There were, for instance, long discussions with the Italian Ambasador about the Italian offer to pay $1,000,000 on account.

Page 377: Footnote 14: International

Professor Charles G. Fenwick, Proceedings of the American Society of Interna-national Law, 1933 and 1936.


Page 38: end of the quote: Missing a name after "Yours very truly,"?

Page 177: par. 1: properties (?)

The idea of sticking an immense regulatory machine into it horrified my sense of the administrative and legal proprieties.

Page 221: Footnote 18: status quo (?)

Since that time, apparently, our government has sent requests for payment at regular intervals and the matter has been permitted to remain in statu quo.


  1. Another suggestion for an EPUB is "How to Keep Our Liberty", but the same author.

    1. Thank you for letting me know. That one is in the list with the rest of the PDFs that haven't been converted yet.

      It also looks like he published these books as well:

      Lessons in Democracy (1919)
      Commercial Recreation (1919)
      Facts for Future Citizens (1922)
      The First New Deal (1966)

      It looks like those first two are on

  2. Replies
    1. No problem, and I just converted "How to Keep Our Liberty" tonight. I posted it here: