1. The Problems of the Father
2. Montreal Millionaire
3. The Road to Political Power
4. Slaying the Deficit Monster
5. A Dubious Legacy
6. Balancing Act
Note on Sources
"Chodos, Murphy and Hamovitch... work smoothly as a team."
"This is straightforward family and personal history (including his father's two near-miss attempts to become Liberal leader.)"
"Of most interest is Martin's battle against the deficit. What comes through is the conviction that he is a cautious businessman and a cautious politician."
"...I recommend Paul Martin: A Political Biography. [It surprised me in its fairness to the minister of finance and its grasp of his career before he turned to electoral politics a decade ago. He comes through as both the best bet on hand as the new prime minister and probably a good one, notably at championing federalism in Quebec. Their book is not an absolute approval of Martin's ambitions but it does suggest there is more to him than some of us have been ready to grant."
"This first biography of Paul Martin Jr. is a long-overdue examination of a man about to set sail though some of the most turbulent times in Canadian history."