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From the Publisher"[The book's] chief interest is likely to be threefold: as an account of the scope of intellectual and personal freedom under communism; as a little-known chapter in the history of economic thought; and, for this reader most importantly, as the story of a love affair with ideas.
This is Kornai's real private life, and despite his prosaic style, his memoirs convey, as few others do, the inner world of intellectual creation." Robert Skidelsky New York Review of Books
"A thoughtful account of an extraordinary life and a portrait of a certain kind of intellectual dissent too little written about from personal experience." Joshua Rubenstein WallStreet Journal