- xxxi, 255 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- "An Unlikely Trust is the story of the uneasy but fruitful collaboration between Theodore Roosevelt and Pierpont Morgan. It is also the story of how government and business evolved from a relationship of laissez-faire to the active regulation that we know today. And it is an account of how, despite all that has changed in America over the past century, so much remains the same, including the growing divide between rich and poor; the tangled bonds uniting politicians and business leaders; and the pervasive feeling that government is working for the special interests rather than for the people. Not least of all, it is the story of how citizens with vastly disparate outlooks and interests managed to come together for the good of their common country." -- From Amazon.com summary.Author's note -- Prologue -- I intend to be one of the governing class? -- I am afraid of Mr. Roosevelt? -- No power or duty? -- The mist of mendacity? -- Send your man to my man? -- The bull moose and the lion of Wall Street -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.Includes bibliographical references and index.