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This is a letter written by Mel Hurni for Peter Drucker. Hurni is commenting on a letter, written by Drucker for Professor Meriam, about engineering education. He asks why is it that "engineers do not stay engineers, as doctors stay doctors". He discusses possible reasons for this, including the dull teaching method "which only the most stolid individuals can survive".