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Downtown Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is the capital city of Argentina. Buenos Aires is also the former home of Richard Drucker.
- Richard Drucker
- Ricardo Vasquez, Drucker's adoptive father.
Part two of the Global News Interactive video, detailing Richard Drucker's life, reveals that Don Rucker was sent to Buenos Aires from a monastery in Sevilla, Spanien, after 2. Weltkrieg ended. He was adopted by Ricardo Vasquez. While living with the Vasquezes, Don was given the name Drucker.
Drucker became well-educated and was active in the revolutionary spirit of the times. Believing that mass communication was the key to changing the world, he aligned himself with a group of young revolutionaries whose goal it was to improve the education of South America's poorest citizens. His motto became "Democratize survival!"
Bangalore, Indien • Buenos Aires, Argentinien • Chiribiquete National Park • Mohinders Büro • Monasterio de la Cruz • Panamakanal • Ruinen von Copán • Sevilla, Spanien • Universität von Virginia • Haus der Vasquezes