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This is side B of the second tape, from day one, of the annual Drucker Symposium of 1982. The topic of the day is "Free Enterprise: The Conditions for Survival." Bob Hawkins is the moderator and Robert Bartley is the panelist. Drucker continues his talk about free enterprise. He discusses multinational corporations, as well as some of the difficulties associated with running a very visible or well known company. He also covers changes in blue collar work and manufacturing, automation versus labor in different industries, and why the defense budget may be good for a company but not the economy.
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