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During Peter Drucker’s lecture regarding non-profit management he begins by discussing the final paper topics, starting with "the case of the insane junior high school principal" and explains that symptoms are not a diagnosis, they instead lead to a diagnosis. He then discusses the mission of the Executive Management program, which he had intended to discuss the week before. While discussing the mission of the school he also discusses such topics as American foreign policy, health education and desegregation. Also in this lecture the audio slowly begins to deteriorate until it stops completely around 35 minutes and 25 seconds into the video and does not return for the remainder of the video.