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Stacey SchiffThere is no adequate way to explain how a man born in chains became so free. In this case the reader is in no position to complain, however. Rousseau pioneered the concept that ideas fell out of experience, and the erratic, inventive urgency of the life is all here. A delight to read, Damrosch comes as close to Rousseau's authentic self as we are likely to get.
— The New York Times