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This is a letter written by Peter Drucker to Ronald G. Greenwood. The main purpose of the letter is in response to questions regarding a paper Greenwood is writing about advice to Koreans who wish to do business in America. This leads to an urging not to consider the Koreans as being Chinese, and a long description of the differences between some Asian cultures, as Drucker sees it. The letter also makes mention of Doris Drucker's burgeoning computer business working with large chemical companies. This letter contains Drucker's original signature.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Greenwood, Ronald G Letters Drucker, Doris Books Chinese Japan Korea History Japanese occupation, 1910-1945 Christianity Korea
Original letter: Letter from Peter F. Drucker to Ron G. Greenwood, October 5, 1984; Courtesy of the Nova Southeastern University Archives; Box 38; Folder 3 Greenwood, Ron - Correspondence 1979-1985; 5 pages