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Peter Drucker writes to Carolina Biquard to congratulate her husband on his recent literary success and to inquire as to when Jorge's books will be translated into English. He also offers her advice regarding the current state of affairs of Argentina and stresses the importance of beginning something new and important during her country's time of depression because "big businesses that truly succeed…are started in times of severe Depression." From there he goes on to tell her that he is excited about her intentions to take the concept of the self-assessment tool into Argentina and then Brazil. He ends with his thoughts on the Catholic Church in Brazil and the growing popularity of Protestant and Evangelical sects. There are also handwritten comments on the sides of the document, which are illegible.