Each chapter is independent of others. The first eight chapters focus on Saxon’s personal and military life. Chapters 9-18 describe the bloody war he fought with math education leaders; Chapter 19-22 round out his years as a teacher at Rose State Community College, his generous philanthropy, and workers’ and friends’ commentaries. Part 2 serves as a teacher’s guide for working with Saxon Mathematics efficiently and effectively. Part 3 is filled with his warnings that have come, and are still coming, true.