Page 65: par. 0: pamphlets
[...] be glad to send them their pamplets.
Page 65: par. 1: beginnings
Such were the modest biginnings of 1953. In the eight years since, they have been extended, not by high-pressure campaigning, but by the slow accretion of consent.
Page 105: par. 5: phenomenon
And his own following among college students has swollen into a massive national phenonemon.
Page 113: par. 0: organization
An endorsement by an infant organiaztion would do Nixon very little good; those who wanted his election could best achieve it [...]
Page 117: Footnote: between
[...] a radio appearance by author-editor Frank Meyer; speeches by Walter Judd and Senator Barry Goldwater; a debate betweeen William F. Buckley, Jr. and Charles Taft; [...]
Page 146: Footnote: social
A good deal of this jargon is borrowed from the graceless vocabulary of the socal scientists.
Page 228: par. 2: Committee’s
(Among the Central Committeee’s Iron Curtain members were Professor Josef Hromadka of Czechoslovakia, and Bishop Lajos Veto, a member of the Communist Hungarian Parliament.)
Page 248: Index: "VanHorne, Grant" accidentally missing a space. Should be "Van Horne, Grant"
Page 162: par. 4: purusal (?)
The delegates were told that “rather than a rally of student support, the conference will be a serious persual of all important aspects of the Peace Corps proposals.”