Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright; TOC; Foreword; Introduction; PART I: BEGINNINGS; One: Vegetables and Cobblestones; Two: Passages; Three: The Very Heaven of Their Aspirations; Four: Awakenings; Five: Sweet and Pleasing; Six: Mules in the Pasture; Seven:The Lost Cause; Eight:The Mulligan Letters; Nine: Snapshots; PART II: CHANGES; Ten: A Close Personal Friendship; Eleven: The Final Exam; Twelve: Fifty-Four and a Half Weeks; Thirteen: A Hundred Great Days of Fighting; Fourteen: Of Party and State; Fifteen: Very Great Mischief; Sixteen: Involuntary Change; Seventeen: An Irresistible Addition.
Eighteen: A Handkerchief and a TelegramPART III: BOLDNESS AND COURAGE; Nineteen: Adventures in the Presidency; Twenty: Risk and Attainment; Twenty-One: Puppets and Jackrabbits; Twenty-Two: The Hawkeye Conspiracy; Twenty-Three: Poised for a Sweep; Twenty-Four: Most Extraordinary Things; Twenty-Five: The Ten Thousand Dollar Beauty; Twenty-Six: To See for Himself; Twenty-Seven: Blunder and Triumph; Twenty-Eight: A Big, Generous, High-Minded Fellow; PART IV: AFTERMATH; Twenty-Nine: Beasts in the Wilderness; Thirty: A Stance at Armageddon; Thirty-One: Beginnings and Endings.
Thirty-Two: BenedictionsThirty-Three: An Admirable Self-Revelation; Epilogue: In the End the Triumph; Acknowledgments; Endnotes; Bibliography; About the Author.
A New York Times BestsellerTheodore Roosevelt, accidental president, and Joseph Bishop, newspaper editor, met when the future Rough Rider was police commissioner of New York City. This is the remarkable story of mutual loyalty and dedication that ranges from police corruption on the streets of New York, through days of boldness and courage in the White House, to ambition and hardship in the jungles of Panama and beyond. (source: Nielsen Book Data)