Part I: 1940s


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Part I: 1940s
Part I: 1940s 1.  How Is Human Existence Possible? (1943) 2.  The Myth of the State (1947) By the time the 1940s rolled around, many of the seminal events that would shape Peter Drucker's core philosophy had already unfolded. Most notably, the Nazis—who burned and banned some of Drucker's earliest writings—had swept across Europe, prompting the Austrian native to leave for England in 1933 and then immigrate to the United States in 1937. In between, while attending a Cambridge University lecture by economist John Maynard Keynes, he had an …
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Rick Wartzman: Drucker Lectures: Essential Lessons on Management, Society and Economy. Part I: 1940s, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export