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Carolina Biquard writes to Peter Drucker to discuss the crisis in Argentina and ask for his advice. She begins by describing the government's ineffective decisions and the unethical behavior of the country's major corporations. She goes on to explain that many of the major companies that originally pledged their support to Fundación Compromiso, such as the Ford Foundation and the Avina Foundation, are now considering reducing their donations due to concerns over devaluation. She tells Drucker how she wants to draw up a proposal on what the "movers and shakers" in her country should do in terms of helping the community of Argentina. She ends the letter with a description of how the crisis has been affecting her emotionally and asks Drucker if he felt the same way when faced with the horrors of Nazism and World War II.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Fundación Compromiso Patagonia (Argentina and Chile) AVINA (Foundation) Ford Foundation Coca-Cola Company Hesselbein, Frances Argentina World War II Biquard, Carolina
Copy of letter: Drucker Archives; DVD of PDFs, Letters about Fundación Compromiso 1994-2005, Page 133 & 134