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Peter Drucker writes to Carolina Biquard to inform her that he tries not to travel anymore, so he will be unable to attend her conference, but would be able to give a talk through a satellite connection. He then discusses the possible release of the Spanish edition of his book "Adventures of a Bystander." He finishes the fax by including a few sentences that he wrote on the significance of Compromiso that Carolina requested he write for prospective sponsors for the journal "Coleccion Apertura."