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This is part six of an audio recording of a class on entrepreneurship and innovation taught by Peter Drucker. He discusses many topics including work related travel, neighborhood changes over time, and learning about society from novels. He also states that professors may ask the same questions they did years ago, but the answers have changed. We also now know that children cannot all learn the same way, and that learning varies across cultures and individuals and disciplines. The tape ends while Drucker is still speaking.
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MiniDisc: P.D. INE 1/27/90 part 6; 1/27/90; Box 89, minidiscs and floppies