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Dr. Fredmund Malik, a professor at St. Gallen University, returns a consent form that was sent from Amy Donnelly, of Claremont Graduate University, and submits a reflective essay describing his relationship with Drucker. He credits Drucker for his knowledge about management in regards to approach, concept, and content. He goes on to say that Drucker set the standards for self-development and for thinking, writing, and teaching management as a function and a profession. Page 6 is incomplete and page 7 is missing from the Contribution to the Oral History Project in honor of Prof. Peter F. Drucker's 90th birthday.