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Seattle, Washington / World Trade Organization / Protests / Clinton Address #184077

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 01, 1999
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(Studio: Jack Ford) Report introduced.

(Seattle: John Cochran) The demonstrations at the World Trade Organization conference featured; scenes shown from Seattle of police, National Guard and protesters. [In address, President CLINTON - criticizes protesters who break windows.] [Helping clean up, peaceful PROTESTER - comments.]

(Studio: Jack Ford) Report introduced.

(Seattle: Terry Moran) Explanations for the Seattle police's delay in cracking down on the demonstrators featured; scenes shown of yesterday's mayhem in the streets. [Police Chief Norman STAMPER - says Seattle is not a police state.] [RESIDENT - criticizes police.]

(Studio: Jack Ford) Report introduced.

(Seattle: Deborah Wang) The case for free trade in Seattle examined; examples cited of industries going global. [US Alliance for Trade Expansion Scott MILLER, DaVinci Gourmet Jon FOSTER, Oneanta Trading Company Tracy KING - defend and promote international trade.]

Cochran, John;
Ford, Jack;
Moran, Terry;
Wang, Deborah

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