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In this letter Peter Drucker discusses the end of his teaching career. He informs Carolina Biquard that he is no longer teaching full time and from now on will only do so on special occasions. He also tells of his receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He goes on to say that he is going to begin writing again, but is not sure what about. He states that the present world depresses him and he foresees many years of conflict in the Middle East and Iraq. In the second half of the letter he discusses the end of the Drucker Foundation and Frances Hesslebien's work with the Leader to Leader Institute.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Fundación Compromiso Teaching Presidential Medal of Freedom Hesselbein, Frances Nonprofit organizations Iraq Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management Leader to Leader Institute Pollitzer, Germán Johnson, Geneva R Argentina Biquard, Carolina
Copy of letter: Drucker Archives; DVD of PDFs, Letters about Fundación Compromiso 1994-2005, Page 167 & 168