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This is a letter written by Peter Drucker and addressed to Mel Hurni, but also concerns a man named Carl. In the letter, it is explained that both men have been working with the chemical division. Despite not accomplishing what they set out to do, they will continue for a set period of time in the hopes that things will improve. Drucker cautions that they must "talk turkey" with the general manager and make it clear that if things do not change they will stop working with the chemical division. He says this warning is crucial to prevent those working in the division from feeling betrayed if it ends up being dropped. This letter contains handwritten notes and an original signature.