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In this letter, Peter Drucker writes to Carolina Biquard to congratulate her on the success of her journal and her progress on her other projects. He tells her that he thinks her project on volunteers is the most important and goes on to discuss the importance of volunteerism in the United States and its ties with the church. He also reminds her not to take on too much and to stick to her priorities. In the second half of the letter, he updates her on events at Claremont Graduate University. He informs her that the University has taken over the Drucker Foundation and the Graduate Management School recently received a large endowment from a major Japanese industrialist.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Fundación Compromiso Books Volunteers Church Claremont Graduate University Hesselbein, Frances Argentina Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management Biquard, Carolina
Copy of letter: Drucker Archives; DVD of PDFs, Letters about Fundación Compromiso 1994-2005, Page 159 & 158